The Internet Explorer Feedback
site is open to anybody who wishes to report issues and log bugs, or just leave comments or feature suggestions for future versions. This sort of feedback is new for Internet Explorer, and the web site explains the reasons for the change:
"Many customers have asked us about having a better way to enter IE bugs. It is asked 'Why don't you have Bugzilla like Firefox or other groups do?' We haven't always had a good answer except it is something that the IE team has never done before. After much discussion on the team, we've decided that people are right and that we should have a public way for people to give us feedback or make product suggestions. We wanted to build a system that is searchable and can benefit from the active community that IE has here."
The site is run using the Microsoft Connect feedback engine, used by both internal and public Microsoft beta programs. Signing in requires a Passport account—which most people will recognize as their account info for Hotmail and MSN Messenger, but is also used at Microsoft for things such as MSDN subscriptions. More...
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