Microsoft Asks for IE8 Suggestions

Microsoft is asking a handful of beta testers what they'd like to see in its next Web browser, Internet Explorer 8, which is due out in late 2008 or early 2009. The survey was posted to the company's Connect beta site and largely focuses on RSS feeds, reported Mary Jo Foley.

Microsoft included built-in RSS, or Web feed, support in IE7 for the first time. The company asked users how often they read feeds, and what other applications they use to do so. It also hinted at supporting blog comments in a feed, and better offline feed reading. Other questions centered around Favorites and navigation. What new features would you like to see in IE8?

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