IE 7 Beta 3 for Vista beta 2

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by CyberOps, Jun 29, 2006.

  1. CyberOps

    CyberOps Guest

    It would be nice if there is also going to be an update for Windows Vista
    Beta 2. I am using the Windows Vista Beta 2 public preview version just like
    a lot of other people im sure, but now us testers would also love to have
    this Beta 3 of IE7

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    CyberOps, Jun 29, 2006
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  2. It will.
    The next Vista release will have IE7 Beta 3
     
    Vitalie Ciobanu, Jun 29, 2006
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  3. CyberOps

    CyberOps Guest

    I know about the next release but what i mean is it will be nice if they will
    make an update for users of the beta 2, and i hope that beta 3 of vista or
    RC1 of vista if public will also have the option to upgrade from beta 2 to
    whatever it's gonna be
     
    CyberOps, Jun 29, 2006
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    BigNVista Guest

    I was going to gamble with the XP2 version, but I have spent too much time
    getting Vista running smoothly, that I decided against it.
     
    BigNVista, Jun 29, 2006
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  5. As far as I know, to install Beta 3 on XP you need to unistall previous beta
    version of IE. And as Vista has IE7 build in, and the upgrade from beta 2 to
    beta 3 is not (yet) possible, I don't know if they will make a beta
    upgradeable. Maybe final release IE7 will resolve this issues, I don't
    know...
     
    Vitalie Ciobanu, Jun 30, 2006
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