There are bound to be problems. That is why is in just Beta testing, to iron out the problems. You can go to the control Panel and in the Add/Remove it will roll back IE7 to IE6 when you try to remove it. Darrell L.
Here?s a weird one I have no answer for and wondered if anyone can help. I have several accounts on my PC (me, the kids and so on). Recently IE7 has started saving all of my cookie?s and temporary internet files under the Documents and Setting folder for someone else?s account. If I delete their account, the cookies are saved under my account. As soon as I add their account back, my cookies are stored under that account and not mine. Any ideas? I have tired the obvious such as checking the default file location under internet options.