Microsoft accidentally posted a sneak preview of its Internet Explorer 4.0 beta last weekend, almost ten days before the beta was due for release.
The jinxed browser beta designed for use by developers, has been pulled back from the site until it?s official posting date this Tuesday.
Internet Explorer 4.0 has been plagued by technical delays and security problems. Originally expected in beta form last December the browser was delayed till March and was then further delayed while Microsoft tackled the recent bout of security flaws found in Explorer 3.x.
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