|User-Agent Name||Internet Explorer 7.0 [55 items]|
|User-agent String||Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.2; Trident/4.0; GoogleT5; .NET CLR 1.1.4322; .NET CLR 2.0.50727; InfoPath.2)|
|First Visit||Oct 22, 2008 23:37 PDT|
|Last Visit||Nov 15, 2008 23:00 PST|
Last updated: Mar 24, 2009 18:53 PDT
Windows Internet Explorer 7 (IE7) is a web browser released by Microsoft in October 2006. Internet Explorer 7 is part of a long line of versions of Internet Explorer and is the first major update to the browser in over 5 years. It ships as the default browser in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 and is offered as a replacement for Internet Explorer 6 on Windows XP and Windows Server 2003. Estimates of IE7's global market share place it between approximately 26% and 47%
View multiple sites in a single browser window. Easily switch from one site to another through tabs at the top of the browser frame.
Easily select and navigate through open tabs by displaying thumbnails of them all in a single window.
Tabs can be grouped and saved into logical categories, so you can open multiple tabs with a single click. A Tab Group can easily be set as the Home Page Group so the entire Tab Group opens every time Internet Explorer is launched.
A redesigned, streamlined interface maximizes the area of the screen that displays a webpage, so you see more of what you need, and less of what you don't.
Internet Explorer 7 automatically scales a webpage for printing, so the entire webpage fits on your printed page. Print options also include adjustable margins, customizable page layouts, removable headers and footers, and an option to print only selected text.
Web searches using your favorite search provider can now be entered into a search box within the toolbar, eliminating the clutter of separate toolbars. You can easily choose a provider from the dropdown list or add more providers.
Get quick and easy access to your Favorites, Tab Groups, Browsing History, and RSS Feed subscriptions. Your Favorites Center expands when needed, and can be anchored in place for even easier access.
Internet Explorer 7 automatically detects RSS feeds on sites and illuminates an icon on the toolbar. A single click on the icon allows you to preview and subscribe to the RSS feed if you want—so you're automatically notified as content is updated. Read RSS feeds directly in the browser, scan for important stories, and filter your view with search terms or site-specific categories.
Enlarge individual webpages, including both text and graphics, to either focus on specific content or to make content more accessible to those with vision limitations.