Internet Explorer 10 (IE10) can already be downloaded and used by computer users who are using Windows 7, starting on Wednesday (11/14/2012). However, Microsoft released IE10 is only version “Release Preview” or trial version.
However, Microsoft says the IE10 is can be used for everyday purposes, replacing the previous version of Internet Explorer.
So in this Release Preview version, Microsoft invites Windows 7 users to try and feel the browser gets a major overhaul in order to compete with Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.
Microsoft claims, IE10 is able to process web pages faster and smoother than previous versions of IE. Internet Explorer 10 is also designed to be used in tablet devices and computers with touch screen and supports HTML5 and CSS3.
This is certainly a minus value of IE10, because newer versions of browsers competitors, such as Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome, it still supports computers running Windows XP and Windows Vista.
Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 can be downloaded from the following link.