April 18, 2009 in Web Design News

Internet Explorer 8 Update


ie8-updateStarting on or about the third week of April, users still running IE6 or IE7 on Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2003, or Windows Server 2008 will get will get a notification through Automatic Update about IE8. This rollout will start with a narrow audience and expand over time to the entire user base. On Windows XP and Server 2003, the update will be High-Priority. On Windows Vista and Server 2008 it will be Important. IE8 will not automatically install on machines. Users must opt-in to install IE8

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3 Responses to Internet Explorer 8 Update

  1. feranm_ie8team

    Anthony,

    Hi my name’s Feran and I’m working with the Internet Explorer Outreach Team to help provide assistance to folks about their Internet Explorer.

    You can manually download IE8 as well if you do not want to wait for the Automatic Update. The final version was released in March and can be downloaded here: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/internet-explorer/default.aspx?ocid=ie8_sm_a

    Feran
    Internet Explorer Outreach Team

  2. I haven’t yet received a notification to ‘upgrade’ to IE8 yet. Still on 7 though it’s only used for testing. FF3 all the way!

  3. and what we do with Microsoft Gazelle?

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