Microsoft Corp. has launched a public bug database for Internet Explorer 7, which is currently in beta.
Access to the Internet Explorer Feedback site requires a Passport account and signup is through Microsoft Connect. The new site is similar to Bugzilla, a bug-reporting site set up for Firefox by Mozilla Corp.
"The intent of this work is to give everyone a better place to give IE7 feedback and to prepare the ground for future versions of IE," Microsoft said in its IE blog.
The IE public database, launched on Friday, is not for reporting security issues, Microsoft said. Those problems should be reported through the Microsoft Security Response Center.