Microsoft Refreshes IE6 Preview

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refresh of the Internet Explorer 6 Public Preview was posted for customers to evaluate this weekend. Many bugs reported in the first build have been squashed, stability has been improved, and code optimized. This download will upgrade Internet Explorer, its base components, as well as Outlook Express for Windows 2000 users.
Additionally, it has been reported that some users encountered Apple's QuickTime browser plug-in broken after installing this update.
The refresh sports build number 6.0.2479.0006, and is the newest build publicly available.

Internet Explorer 6 includes many changes and enhanced features that bring a new way to browse the Internet. It features a new look and behavior, including innovative browsing capabilities such as enhanced Explorer bars, integrated instant messaging, media playback, and automatic picture resizing. Internet Explorer 6 can also help to maintain the href="http://www.betanews.com/article.php3?sid=991377385" target="_blank">privacy of personal information on the Web, and provide error reporting to identify problems to be fixed in future Internet Explorer service packs.



Total download size for a typical installation is approximately 25 MB. However, because the setup downloads only those files that are necessary for your computer, this size may vary between 11 and 75 MB.

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