Last November 2012, Microsoft released the preview version of IE 10 to all Windows 7 users. Now it looks like everything have been ironed out and the final release of IE 10 for Win 7 is primed for download.
— Internet Explorer (@IE) February 26, 2013
Internet Explorer 10 is by default available to all Windows 8 users and now Microsoft is releasing IE 10 to all Windows 7 users by downloading it here, and if you’re lazy or just don’t have time to download the latest IE, then just wait for the auto-update, since Microsoft will automatically update all Windows 7 customers to IE10 starting to those who installed the IE 10 Preview version.
The Internet Explorer 10 is available in 95 languages with key features like;
- Support in modern Web standards.
- “Do Not Track” (DNT) feature which was not available to Windows 7 users when they installed the preview version.
- Improved hardware accelerated performance of SVG and HTML4 constructs.
One thing that will be missing from the IE 10 for Windows 7 is the full-screen feature which will only be available to Windows 8 users.
For more information on Microsoft announcement about IE 10, you can click here.
Last modified: February 27, 2013