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Updating IE

By Chris Kaminski | August 9th, 2004 | Filed in Browsers

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Internet News has an article discussing a possible upgrade to Internet Explorer. I must say I don’t put much stock into their speculation that IE7 may come out prior to Longhorn, the next upgrade to Windows. And some of the features they mention — like pop-up blocking and a download manager — will already make it into Windows XP SP2. Nevertheless, the article is evidence that the tech press is on to IE’s standards shortcomings:

However, IE does not support CSS fully, which gives headaches to Web developers forced to write code for the majority of users.

Amen to that.

Also worth a glance over your morning coffee is the related /. discussion.

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