I just got an email from my MVP contacts at Microsoft that Internet Explorer 7 Beta 3 has been released. They have apparently made a lot of improvements over beta 2:
Improved RSS support: marking feeds as “read” and updating feeds automatically
Ability to reorder tabs
Enable horizontal scrolling while zooming
Other bugs and security fixes
I’ll be downloading it tonight and playing with it. You can download it here. Also: If you download the beta, please be sure to leave your feedback by using Microsoft’s Connect center. Follow these instructions from the IE support page to do so:
You will need to have a Microsoft Passport account in order to use this site. Go to the Passport site to create an account.
In order to submit feedback, go to Microsoft Connect, then select “Available Connections,” which will take you through a license agreement. You will see “Internet Explorer Feedback” as one of the list of programs available. Select “Apply” to enroll in the program.
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