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May be safer (and take no longer) to uninstall, reboot and reinstall manually.
My sites look fine, although the text does seem blurry, even on the laptop's LCD monitor. I haven't had the opportunity to disable the ClearText thingy or whatever it is to see what effect it has.
Overall I like it a lot better than IE 6, but it's still nowhere near as good as Firefox or Opera.
Has anyone actually tried to configure Alexa toolbar options? The drop-down list that provides access to configuration options (beside the Alexa button logo) doesn't appear to work in IE7.
I removed all plugins, add-ons and toolbars before upgrading, then reinstalled after the upgrade, so perhaps this isn't a problem if the toolbar was carried over from IE6. I see this same issue on 3 different computers.
Not a major problem, but I'd be interested to know whether others can access Alexa settings -- couldn't find any mention of this problem anywhere, which seems strange!
I like IE 7, love the RSS feature.
[edited by: Visit_Thailand at 9:17 am (utc) on Oct. 23, 2006]
I really don't care because I use Firefox but I am dreading the calls from the family asking about cleartext and where the home button is.
//I am really liking the spell check for forms in Firefox 2!