> I just started using Windows 7 RC version and IE8 came along with it without
> giving any preferences to choose an earlier version, IE7 is not compatible.
And Windows Vista came with IE7 and you couldn't go to a prior version
of IE. They're moving forward. They don't want to include a web
browser whose support will end [much] earlier than the new version of
Windows that they release. It's called moving forward. If you want the
old stuff, stick with the old stuff.
> Today I wanted to enter the websites of my banks and I was unable to type my
> passwords. As soon as I type the first character, the typing space gets
> locked and I cannot type the rest of my password.
> see this website
Have you asked, for example, why this site thinks it needs to resize the
web browser's window and then fix it to that size?
> the second space is for password. Try to type anything
No problem for me. I was able to input multiple characters into each
> Now, anybody knows what is the solution? Or shal I wait until the related
> hotfix is issued
Yet tried running IE8 in its no add-ons mode? Maybe some spellchecker
you installed as an add-on is interfering with keyboard input. Could be
any add-on you installed causing the problem.
Did you install security software that interrogates your web traffic
(anti-virus, anti-malware, HIPS, firewall, etc)? Tried disabling it?