Microsoft has recently announced the release of Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7, and it is now available for download in 95 different languages. Users will be auto-upgraded to IE 10 in a few weeks, but those who are interested can go ahead and download the recently updated browser now. The new browser is available for Windows 7 users with 32-bit and 64-bit.
The surface of IE 10 looks like its predecessor IE9 on Windows 7. On Windows 7 devices, the IE 10 internet bar sat at the top, rather than on Windows 8 devices that sat at the bottom. So users who are familiar with the previous version of Internet Explorer would not find it difficult to use the new browser.
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The new browser offers better support for more Web standards like HTML 5, the new CSS3 and Do Not Track (DNT) — this protects user’s privacy, so advertisers will not be able to keep tabs on your surfing habit unless you grant them permission. The DNT feature is enabled by default.
As earlier said, IE10 for Windows 7 is available. Interested users can wait till it appears in Windows Update, or can download it directly from the Internet Explorer Website.