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IE 7 Beta 3 7.0.5450.0 issues


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Hi folks, I have been using the latest beta version of IE 7 for a while. Does anyone notice that this version takes longer to connect to any site than the previous beta versions? (Maybe) As a result, even when you type something into the builtin search bar and hit enter it takes a while to bring up the google search results page (Google search doesn't take that long I know).

Does anyone else have this problem?

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I uninstalled my IE7 after the first public beta preview. But since it's still in beta, there are definitely flaws in a bunch of places.
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Yeah... I know. Personally I really like Opera - but then again, I don't like two things in my computer that pretty much do the same thing and you can't totally get rid of IE cos it's integrated into so many applications.

It's weird, cos the particular issue I mentioned wasn't there in the previous beta builds. And in this new version they did fix a couple major bugs for me and added some handy little features so I'm really caught up in between whether I should uninstall beta 3 and go back to beta 2.

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