"We want to make sure that everyone has an opportunity to try a pre-release version of IE7 and tell us how it works with their websites, their applications, their add-ons, and how they use the web overall," wrote Dean Hachomovitch, general manager of Microsoft's Internet Explorer team.
A first beta of Microsoft's forthcoming browser was released in October to a select number of testers through the Windows Vista Technical Beta Programme, MSDN and Technet.
Internet Explorer 7 is Microsoft's next-generation browser which will include improvements in security and usability. Users will, for example, be notified when they visit a known phishing website, and the new release will offer tabbed browsing.
NatWest outage comes a day after Barclays' IT systems shut out customers and staff
The ICO is concerned with AggregateIQ's retention and processing of data used in the Brexit referendum
Map selection, quick menus for grenades and healing items and automatic reload coming in PUBG update #22
Could be used for everything from search-and-rescue robots to wearable tech