The version released in december isn't "release candidate 1". Where'd you get that idea from?vesuvius said:Note that this is not the IE beta 2 that was released a while ago, but an advanced version, according to the installation notes for Windows 7.
I was apoplectic with disappointment when I found this out.
I had hoped that my gripes with beta 2 would be wiped out - or some way to being so - but this is quite obviously is the most disappointing thing about Windows 7, for me (the caveat being so far).
Yes the Windows 7 OS is buggy, but it is beautiful and is not so broke (as they say in Yorkshire). I am already imagining Firefox (running without hitch on Windows 7 I must say) with explorer's more perspicuous Glass.
Also, don't trust Windows build numbers when judging the progress of Internet Explorer -- they aren't aligned at all.