IE10 Lands on Windows 7, Get it Here
Article by George Norman
On 27 Feb 2013
Microsoft has finally made Internet Explorer 10 available to Windows 7 users. You can download IE10 for Windows 7 right here on FindMySoft.

For quite some time now Microsoft has been boasting that its Internet Explorer 10 is a properly good web browser; numerous representatives of the media have also been keen to point out that IE10 makes Microsoft’s browser interesting again. That is certainly good news – we’re always glad to see well made software products made available to the public.

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The problem was that IE10’s public was made out of Windows 8 users alone. Unless you had a Windows 8-powered desktop PC or touch device, you could not use the much praised IE10 web browser. As of this week, this has changed – Microsoft made IE10 available to the millions of Windows 7 users out there. The most modern IE version is now available for Windows 7.

If you are one of the 700 million Windows 7 users, you can get IE10 right here on FindMySoft.

Alternatively you can grab it straight from the IE page on Microsoft.com or from Beauty of the Web, site set up by Microsoft to showcase the new functionality you can expect to get from its web browser.

If you’re wondering why you should go get IE10 and use on your Windows 7-powered machine, General Manager for Internet Explorer, Ryan Gavin, puts things in perspective:

“IE10 delivers a 20% increase in real-world site performance over IE9 making IE10 the fastest modern browser on the market according to third parties. IE10’s advancements run deep, from a 60% increase in supported modern web standards to industry leading security, privacy and reliability that makes IE the browser of choice for millions of Windows customers worldwide.”

In related news, Microsoft also rolled out a new IE commercial that features singer, song-writer, and composer Blake Lewis. You can watch the commercial below.





Tags: Microsoft, Windows 7, Internet Explorer, IE10, browser, Beauty of the Web
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