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Lurzsan





PostPosted: Sat Nov 04 12:23:49 CST 2006 Top

Internet Explorer / IE >> Thanks Microsoft For IE7

I've been reading the threads about IE7 and have to admit that I was very
skeptical about this new product based on all the complaints and issues.

Well, yesterday, I downloaded IE7 to give it a try figuring I could
uninstall it if I didn't like it. All I can say is WOW! IE7 is working
great and I'm very happy with it and all the new features. Yes, it does take
a little getting used to after using IE6, but I would never go back to IE6.
I'm very satisfied with this product.

Good job Microsoft (no, I don't work for them or own their stock).

Internet Explorer39  
 
 
BillW50





PostPosted: Sat Nov 04 12:23:49 CST 2006 Top

Internet Explorer / IE >> Thanks Microsoft For IE7

> I've been reading the threads about IE7 and have to admit that I was
> very skeptical about this new product based on all the complaints and
> issues.
>
> Well, yesterday, I downloaded IE7 to give it a try figuring I could
> uninstall it if I didn't like it. All I can say is WOW! IE7 is
> working great and I'm very happy with it and all the new features.
> Yes, it does take a little getting used to after using IE6, but I
> would never go back to IE6. I'm very satisfied with this product.
>
> Good job Microsoft (no, I don't work for them or own their stock).

Does Outlook Express change too?

--
Bill
 
 
John





PostPosted: Sat Nov 04 12:27:54 CST 2006 Top

Internet Explorer / IE >> Thanks Microsoft For IE7 I'm liking IE7 as well... (even if I am having an FTP problem).

There is a very useful PDF which shows all the keyboard shortcuts available:
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/ie7/about/quickreference.mspx

John


 
 
John





PostPosted: Sat Nov 04 12:28:49 CST 2006 Top

Internet Explorer / IE >> Thanks Microsoft For IE7 No change to OE.

John


> Does Outlook Express change too?
>
> --
> Bill


 
 
Alias





PostPosted: Sat Nov 04 12:34:23 CST 2006 Top

Internet Explorer / IE >> Thanks Microsoft For IE7


>> I've been reading the threads about IE7 and have to admit that I was
>> very skeptical about this new product based on all the complaints and
>> issues.
>> Well, yesterday, I downloaded IE7 to give it a try figuring I could
>> uninstall it if I didn't like it. All I can say is WOW! IE7 is
>> working great and I'm very happy with it and all the new features.
>> Yes, it does take a little getting used to after using IE6, but I
>> would never go back to IE6. I'm very satisfied with this product.
>>
>> Good job Microsoft (no, I don't work for them or own their stock).
>
> Does Outlook Express change too?
>

No, OE6 is the last Outlook Express you'll ever see. With Vista, there
is Windows Mail.

Alias
 
 
Doug





PostPosted: Sat Nov 04 12:31:08 CST 2006 Top

Internet Explorer / IE >> Thanks Microsoft For IE7 Well perhaps they will give you some stock after your glowing
recommendation which I don't share.

Doug W.



> I've been reading the threads about IE7 and have to admit that
> I was very
> skeptical about this new product based on all the complaints
> and issues.
>
> Well, yesterday, I downloaded IE7 to give it a try figuring I
> could
> uninstall it if I didn't like it. All I can say is WOW! IE7
> is working
> great and I'm very happy with it and all the new features.
> Yes, it does take
> a little getting used to after using IE6, but I would never go
> back to IE6.
> I'm very satisfied with this product.
>
> Good job Microsoft (no, I don't work for them or own their
> stock).

 
 
Starry





PostPosted: Sat Nov 04 22:28:01 CST 2006 Top

Internet Explorer / IE >> Thanks Microsoft For IE7



> I've been reading the threads about IE7 and have to admit that I was very
> skeptical about this new product based on all the complaints and issues.
>
> Well, yesterday, I downloaded IE7 to give it a try figuring I could
> uninstall it if I didn't like it. All I can say is WOW! IE7 is working
> great and I'm very happy with it and all the new features. Yes, it does take
> a little getting used to after using IE6, but I would never go back to IE6.
> I'm very satisfied with this product.
>
> Good job Microsoft (no, I don't work for them or own their stock).

To the dismay of the Trolls that frequent this newsgroup I also like it. <g>

The audio from my sound card instantly sounded 300% better. After installing
new graphics drives the screen definition is so sharp and crisp I'm afraid to
touch the screen for fear of cutting myself.

My only gripe is I don't have a broadband connection so I can truly enjoy
this new browser and its features.
 
 
kats45





PostPosted: Sun Nov 05 10:43:01 CST 2006 Top

Internet Explorer / IE >> Thanks Microsoft For IE7 Well, Starry, I'm so glad you are not having any trouble with your computer!
but I don't think you would be so glib about it if it had crashed your
computer or if you were having all the problems us other "Trolls" (I believe
you put) are having.
--
puter newbie




>
>

>
> > I've been reading the threads about IE7 and have to admit that I was very
> > skeptical about this new product based on all the complaints and issues.
> >
> > Well, yesterday, I downloaded IE7 to give it a try figuring I could
> > uninstall it if I didn't like it. All I can say is WOW! IE7 is working
> > great and I'm very happy with it and all the new features. Yes, it does take
> > a little getting used to after using IE6, but I would never go back to IE6.
> > I'm very satisfied with this product.
> >
> > Good job Microsoft (no, I don't work for them or own their stock).
>
> To the dismay of the Trolls that frequent this newsgroup I also like it. <g>
>
> The audio from my sound card instantly sounded 300% better. After installing
> new graphics drives the screen definition is so sharp and crisp I'm afraid to
> touch the screen for fear of cutting myself.
>
> My only gripe is I don't have a broadband connection so I can truly enjoy
> this new browser and its features.
 
 
Michael





PostPosted: Sun Nov 05 13:12:57 CST 2006 Top

Internet Explorer / IE >> Thanks Microsoft For IE7 Troll may have meant and may still mean Neanderthal:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Troll#Origin_of_the_myth

Those of us with huge snouts, incapable of hitting what we aim at,
may be more related to Neanderthals than thimble nosed archers are:
http://www.cosmosmagazine.com/node/814


> Well, Starry, I'm so glad you are not having any trouble with your computer!
> but I don't think you would be so glib about it if it had crashed your
> computer or if you were having all the problems us other "Trolls" (I believe
> you put) are having.
> --
> puter newbie
>

>> To the dismay of the Trolls that frequent this newsgroup I also like it. <g>


 
 
George





PostPosted: Sun Nov 05 15:44:12 CST 2006 Top

Internet Explorer / IE >> Thanks Microsoft For IE7 I heartily agree!!

On Sat, 4 Nov 2006 09:52:01 -0800, iboise


>I've been reading the threads about IE7 and have to admit that I was very
>skeptical about this new product based on all the complaints and issues.
>
>Well, yesterday, I downloaded IE7 to give it a try figuring I could
>uninstall it if I didn't like it. All I can say is WOW! IE7 is working
>great and I'm very happy with it and all the new features. Yes, it does take
>a little getting used to after using IE6, but I would never go back to IE6.
>I'm very satisfied with this product.
>
>Good job Microsoft (no, I don't work for them or own their stock).