Top Ten Things Every IT Pro Should Know about IE8 on Windows 7
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With each new version of Windows comes a new version of Internet Explorer, and in the case of Windows 7, it’s IE 8. (One of these days all Microsoft’s numeric product names might actually line up, although if that ever does happen, it could mean the end of the world is near.) What does the Windows 7 administrator or planner need to know about the new IE? In this short white paper we take an initial look at the following topics.

  • Compatibility View
  • Windows XP Mode
  • InPrivate Browsing
  • InPrivate Filtering
  • Accelerators
  • Protected Mode
  • Cross-Site Scripting Filter
  • SmartScreen Filter
  • Group Policy Settings
  • Tab-Based Extension Isolation
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