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Microsoft Tags Ie 7 'high Priority' Update


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Posted 26 July 2006 - 01:22 PM

...IE 7 will be delivered in the fourth quarter as a "high priority" update via Automatic Updates in Windows XP... Although IE 7 will be pushed out over Automatic Updates, users will be able to choose whether they want to install it or not...Automatic Updates will first notify users when IE 7 is ready to install and then show a welcome screen that presents key features and the choices to install, not install or postpone installation.

...Additionally, Microsoft...plans to make available a special tool to block automatic delivery of the new browser version...The tool is meant for businesses users who might not be ready for an IE update...

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