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    Windows 7 with IE is now a GO according to the EU

    The agreement between Microsoft and the European Commission on the bundling of Internet Explorer means Windows 7 is cleared to ship with IE included later this month.
    Sorted at long last and probably way to late to matter.

    Europe clears Windows 7 for takeoff ? The Register

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    So the title should be Windows 7 ready for go and not IE7?

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    True, thus edited

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    Quote Originally Posted by john View Post
    True, thus edited
    And not wanting to be pedantic.... but surely it should be IE8?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveMC View Post
    And not wanting to be pedantic.... but surely it should be IE8?

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    Nope as IE7 is default with Windows 7 last time I checked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by john View Post
    Nope as IE7 is default with Windows 7 last time I checked.
    Really, mine came with IE8?

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    IE8 is the default - has been since the release candidate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by john View Post
    Nope as IE7 is default with Windows 7 last time I checked.
    Afraid you got it terribly wrong there mate. Windows 7 comes with IE8.

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    My bad for putting it in the title, it was a genuine mistake

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    Oops! I thought they had decided not to give IE8 in the retail version due to people having non-compatible stuff, never mind, title changed again!

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    I can confirm it's ie8



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