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Coming Soon: Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7
After releasing the preview version of Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 last year in November, Microsoft is now getting closer to delivering the final build of the browser for the operating system. According to a recent internal e-mail from Microsoft, the software giant is giving a final touch to Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 prior to releasing it to the public in some days.
Wondering, is Microsoft actually releasing Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7?
Certainly, you heard it right! Microsoft is now informing various testers that a private test build of the latest version of Internet Explorer is its final pre-release to Web/final build. As of now, for the testers, the last pre-RTW version of the browser will be available through Connect- Microsoft’s product feedback/testing site. And since the release date of the RTW version is not yet finalized, Microsoft has asked the testers to give prompt feedback, if any errors are found.
Know why you should download Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 7
However, Microsoft has primarily designed Internet Explorer 10 keeping in mind the touch-friendly user-interface of Windows 8 operating system, still there a few reasons to get it on your Windows 7-based computer. Two of them are:
This newest browser includes the ability to distinguish an article on the Web with multiple pages. And its “Flip Ahead” feature offers you to turn to the next page, conveniently. This function proves to be useful if you are reading an article online and cannot see the “next page” option. With Internet Explorer 10, all you have to do is hit the “Forward” button to flip the page.
Enhanced Protection Mode
The enhanced security features of Internet Explorer 10 than its predecessors, makes this browser a preferable option to consider for your Windows 7-based computer. The main interesting feature of the browser is “Enhanced Protection Mode”. It prevents possible attackers from automatically installing software as well as changing system settings. It further limits down the browser from locations containing your personal information and valuable information on corporate network resources.
Internet Explorer 10 also includes support for standard features, including 3D transforms, animations and transitions in CSS, and HTML 5 spell-checking.
If you want to experience enhanced online performance on your Windows 7-based computer, just wait until RTW version of Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 gets released.