Get the Final Version of Internet Explorer 11 for Windows 7
Article by George Norman
On 12 Nov 2013
Great news for IE fans who have PCs powered by Windows 7: Microsoft made Internet Explorer 11 (IE11) globally available for consumers and businesses.

This means that Internet Explorer 11 is available worldwide in 95 languages. You can get it straight from Microsoft here. It must be mentioned that Microsoft also started pushing IE11 via Windows Update. So if you don’t want to get the browser, it should be automatically delivered to you.


Back in July, Microsoft rolled out IE11 Developer Preview for Windows 7 and invited developers to get the new browser and test it.

Then in September, the company rolled out IE11 Release Preview for Windows 7 and invited a larger audience to test the new browser.

It is now November and the news is that everyone is invited to start using Internet Explorer 7 for Windows 7. You see, Microsoft rolled out the final, stable version of IE11 for Windows 7. Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 11 is now available worldwide in 95 languages for consumers and businesses who use Windows 7.

You can get the browser straight from Microsoft and use it on your Windows 7-powered machine to browse the web. Or you can wait for Windows Update to deliver it to you – Microsoft started pushing IE11 for Windows 7 via Windows Update.

As Microsoft explained, the final version of Internet Explorer 11 for Windows 7 improves everything. It comes with improved performance, improved security, improved privacy, and improved reliability. Windows 7 users who get IE11 will enjoy the same fast and fluid browsing experience that Windows 8.1 users already enjoy.

In related news, Mozilla’s Firefox web browser recently celebrated its 9th anniversary. Mozilla celebrated this joyous occasions by highlighting 9 important changes rolled out over the past year. You can read more about this topic here.

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