Internet Explorer 7 Update

p>Almost a year ago, we released Internet Explorer 7 for Windows XP. Since then, IE7 is well on its way to becoming the most used browser in the world, and we’ve seen lots of evidence that IE7 makes it safer and easier to accomplish everyday tasks online. For example, the built-in Phishing Filter has protected […]
p>Almost a year ago, we released Internet Explorer 7 for Windows XP. Since then, IE7 is well on its way to becoming the most used browser in the world, and we’ve seen lots of evidence that IE7 makes it safer and easier to accomplish everyday tasks online. For example, the built-in Phishing Filter has protected consumers from known phishing web sites an average of 900,000 times per week.  IE7 is the first – and still the only – browser with native support for Extended Validation SSL Certificates that help prevent online fraud. (Of course, tabbed browsing, QuickTabs, shrink-to-fit printing, an easily customizable search box, CSS improvements, and some add-ons are all good things too.)

Because Microsoft takes its commitment to help protect the entire Windows ecosystem seriously, we’re updating the IE7 installation experience to make it available as broadly as possible to all Windows users. With today’s “Installation and Availability Update,” Internet Explorer 7 installation will no longer require Windows Genuine Advantage validation and will be available to all Windows XP users.  If you are not already running IE7, you can get it now from the Internet Explorer home page on Microsoft.com, get a customized version from a third-party site, or, if you haven’t already received it via Automatic Updates, this version will be delivered to you as we described previously. If you are already running IE7, you will not be offered IE7 again by Automatic Updates.

Additionally, we’ve made minor changes to IE7 for Windows XP based on customer feedback:

  • The menu bar is now visible by default.
  • The Internet Explorer 7 online tour has updated how-to’s. Also, the “first-run” experience includes a new overview.
  • We’ve included a new MSI installer that simplifies deployment for IT administrators in enterprises. Learn more about it here.

Toolkit to Disable Automatic Delivery of Internet Explorer 7 The Internet Explorer 7 Blocker Toolkit enables IT Administrators to disable automatic delivery of Internet Explorer 7 as a high-priority update via Automatic Updates and the Windows Update and Microsoft Update sites.

Update for Internet Explorer 7 for Windows XP (KB928089) This update resolves a performance issue with the Phishing Filter.

Internet Explorer 7 Readiness Toolkit The Internet Explorer 7 Readiness Toolkit provides an easy way for any audience that is involved in the development, test, deployment or support of Web sites, extensions, and/or applications to prepare for Internet Explorer 7.

IEAK 7 RTM Download the Internet Explorer Administration Kit 7
 

Windows Internet Explorer 7 for Windows 64 bit Client/Server Download the latest version of the world's most popular Web browser.
 

Windows Internet Explorer 7 for Windows Server 2003 IA64 Download the latest version of the world's most popular Web browser.
 

Windows Internet Explorer 7 for Windows XP SP2 Download the latest version of the world's most popular Web browser.
 

Windows Internet Explorer 7 for Windows Server 2003 SP1 or Windows Server 2003 SP2 Download the latest version of the world's most popular Web browser.

ADM files for Internet Explorer 7 for Windows This page provides the Group Policy Administrative Template file for Internet Explorer 7 for Windows.

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