Microsoft announces IE 7 bug site

Thursday, 30 March 2006, 2:39 PM EST

Microsoft has launched an Internet Explorer Feedback page to receive the next stream of bugs expected for its forthcoming IE 7 browser.

The site, which requires a Microsoft Passport login (such as a Hotmail login), has a large page of Terms and Conditions that must be agreed upon before bugs can be submitted.

At SecurityFocus.

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