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    MikenHolly Guest

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    http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/default.mspx

    I know it's Beta, but the level of problems I'm having are really makes Firefox look like the one for me.

    What is your thought on B2?


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    bmhome1 Guest

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    Both IE7 beta 1 and 2 offer new features to try out, BUT have bugs and do crash occasionally. Reverting back to IE6 after uninstalling IE7 is very risky. Don't do any without a full backup of the OS first.

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    Both IE7 beta 1 and 2 offer new features to try out, BUT have bugs and do crash occasionally. Reverting back to IE6 after uninstalling IE7 is very risky. Don't do any without a full backup of the OS first.

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    bmhome1 Guest

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    Both IE7 beta 1 and 2 offer new features to try out, BUT have bugs and do crash occasionally. Reverting back to IE6 after uninstalling IE7 is very risky. Don't do any without a full backup of the OS first.

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    bmhome1 Guest

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    Both IE7 beta 1 and 2 offer new features to try out, BUT have bugs and do crash occasionally. Reverting back to IE6 after uninstalling IE7 is very risky. Don't do any without a full backup of the OS first.

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    bmhome1 Guest

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    Both IE7 beta 1 and 2 offer new features to try out, BUT have bugs and do crash occasionally. Reverting back to IE6 after uninstalling IE7 is very risky. Don't do any without a full backup of the OS first.

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    bmhome1 Guest

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    Both IE7 beta 1 and 2 offer new features to try out, BUT have bugs and do crash occasionally. Reverting back to IE6 after uninstalling IE7 is very risky. Don't do any without a full backup of the OS first.

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    bmhome1 Guest

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    Both IE7 beta 1 and 2 offer new features to try out, BUT have bugs and do crash occasionally. Reverting back to IE6 after uninstalling IE7 is very risky. Don't do any without a full backup of the OS first.

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    bmhome1 Guest

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    Both IE7 beta 1 and 2 offer new features to try out, BUT have bugs and do crash occasionally. Reverting back to IE6 after uninstalling IE7 is very risky. Don't do any without a full backup of the OS first.

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    bmhome1 Guest

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    Both IE7 beta 1 and 2 offer new features to try out, BUT have bugs and do crash occasionally. Reverting back to IE6 after uninstalling IE7 is very risky. Don't do any without a full backup of the OS first.

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