Internet Explorer 7 beta 3 was released some hours ago and webDotWiz has it installed and running (he took the plunge a few months ago when IE 7 beta preview was available then installed Beta 2 when it was released).
Don’t rush to download and IE7 beta 3 unless you’re prepared to put up with the occasional glitch – mind you, webDotWiz didn’t have any major problems with Beta 2, except for an excessive amount of memory consumed when his Windows Live feeds were open. He’s had his Live feeds page open for some 30 minutes or so and memory is not being consumed as it was in beta 2 so he’s happy thus far.
In Beta 3, some of the icons have been changed and there’s a better way of managing graphics that are larger than the browser windows (gone is that funny icon control introduced in IE6 and replaced with a magnifier). Anyway, you can read about the changes – and catch up on user comments – at the IE Team Blog. Note that there’s a special post about uninstalling any previous beta versions before you install beta 3.
A snazzy new feature is the ability to order your tabs – simply drag and drop and put them in the order you want – neat and effective.