It seems a pressing matter to Microsoft to get most Windows users to update their browsers to Internet Explorer 7, not only because it is the company's newest browser, but also to protect the browser's market share against the rising Opera and Firefox web browser.
Many users that use Firefox or Opera do not care about the new Internet Explorer 7 which means they probably want to get rid of this message altogether.
With today’s “Installation and Availability Update,” Internet Explorer 7 installation will no longer require Windows Genuine Advantage validation and will be available to all Windows XP users.
If you are not already running IE7, you can get it now from the Internet Explorer home page on Microsoft.com, get a customized version from a third-party site, or, if you haven’t already received it via Automatic Updates, this version will be delivered to you as we described previously.
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You can also choose when to update the webpage, while it continues to be usable and function correctly.
The meta element includes a content attribute that enables you to specify the mode that content is rendered in for the webpage, as the following table shows.
Since then, IE7 is well on its way to becoming the most used browser in the world, and we’ve seen lots of evidence that IE7 makes it safer and easier to accomplish everyday tasks online.
For example, the built-in Phishing Filter has protected consumers from known phishing web sites an average of 900,000 times per week.