Microsoft will launch beta of Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 in November
Microsoft will release a version “preview” of Internet Explorer for Windows 7 in mid-November, shortly after the release of Windows 8. IE10 is a central part of the next operating system from the company, present in the “modern” and on the desktop.
So far, this browser seemed exclusive to Windows 8, but today’s announcement indicates that it will not. Anyway, is not available for older systems such as Windows Vista or XP.
According to Microsoft, IE10 for Windows 7 will be based on the same thing that is based on the Windows version 8, however, it is curious that the browser comes about two weeks after the version for the new OS.
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