Microsoft today released Release Candidate 1 of their Internet Explorer 7 Web browser. It is publicly available for download here for Windows XP SP2 and the other Windows operating systems (XP x64, Windows Server 2003) that it supports. This is likely the last public beta download before it goes gold and Paul Thurrott has a guide as to what to expect including:
Microsoft says there are no major new features in this version, but there is one feature that should cause users to cheer: It no longer requires you to manually uninstall any previous IE 7 beta versions you might have installed. Instead, the IE 7 RC1 installer will uninstall previous IE 7 versions for you, after a reboot, and then proceed with installing RC1, after a second reboot. Bravo.
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