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Internet Explorer 7 in Windows Vista

May 26th 2006 in Uncategorized

Internet Explorer 7 has a slightly different name in Windows Vista – “Internet Explorer 7+”   There are extra features in Vista that will not be made available in XP, such as parental controls and protected mode, therefore it makes sense to differentiate between the two versions.


 


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