1Internet Explorer 7 beta
Perhaps the most noticeable thing about the new-look IE 7 is that the top menu bars dont look anything like earlier versions of IE. Or, for that matter, any other Microsoft programs, with its menu bar thats two levels down from the applications t
2Internet Explorer 7 beta – Tabbed Browsing
A closer look reveals that the second level of the top of the browser is, ala Firefox, where IE displays tabbed Web sites.
3Internet Explorer 7 beta – Search box
On the right of the new top display is, straight from the Firefox design, the new Toolbar Search Box.
4Internet Explorer 7 beta – New toolbar
The new toolbar itself is quite different beyond its new organization and additional functionality. The toolbar icon button are much smaller and one, the reload button, is gone completely.
5Internet Explorer 7 beta – Phishing filter
Microsoft will automatically check if a site youre visiting is a phishing site… if you let it check the sites youre visiting against its hosted phishing site listing.
6Internet Explorer 7 beta – Suspicious Website warning
If you do elect to use this feature, the browser displays in yellow on the new Security Status Bar that this site may not be trustworthy.
7Internet Explorer 7 beta – Phishing warning
If the site is a known phishing site, the browser displays a red warning and suggests that you not continue on to it. You may, however, opt to continue on your way.
8Internet Explorer 7 beta – RSS support
IE also finally supports RSS feeds.
9Internet Explorer 7 beta – RSS display
The resulting display presents the RSS view of a site. At this point in its development, IE cant act as an RSS aggrevator and display multiple RSS feeds at once.