On Mon, Oct 09, 2006 at 11:23:03AM -0400, Richard Rathe wrote:
> On Oct 9, 2006, at 10:56 AM, Schmidt,Erik C wrote:
> >IE7 comes with Windows Vista. Our campus Vista TAP group is currently
> >testing Vista and IE7 for functionality and compatibility with various
> >University functions. We'll know more in the very near future, but
> >on Vista (and thus IE7) appearing on user desktops as early as
> >when new machines start shipping with it installed...
> The more important question is: Will it properly render w3.org
> standard XHTML/CSS?
> I read a press release (TechRepublic) suggesting that it won't fully
> support CSS2. <frown>
Here's a quite recent and comprehensive analysis of web browser
It compares Opera 9, Firefox 1.5, IE6, and IE7. You can configure it to
display more browsers and versions here:
Hope that's helpful!
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