Microsoft to push out IE7 as high priority update

Friday, 28 July 2006, 12:31 AM EST

Microsoft is apparently planning to ship Internet Explorer 7 out to Windows XP users as a "high priority" security update later this year, according to a company spokesperson. While the new browser version will be pushed out through Windows' Automatic Updates feature, users will still have the option not to install it.

At Security Fix.

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