IE10 Finally Coming to Windows 7

"Friends let friends use Internet Explorer" is a popular expression in the world meme, but that may change when Microsoft finally released Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7. Although the beta version (Internet Explorer 10 Preview Windows 7) was introduced in November last year, the latest version has not yet seen the light of day. However, Microsoft has recently sent private emails to select testers, Microsoft asking them to notify in case of problems with the previous version.

The message also says that you cannot announce the date for the launch of the latest generation, but the testers selected to hurry in case you have something to report. This means that the product is in the final stage and will be released soon.

In a highly competitive and saturated market a bit, where the likes of Chrome, Firefox and Safari are always competing for a larger market share, Microsoft Internet Explorer 10 provides a much-needed edge.

The IE10 is already included with Windows 8 and Windows RT, but not join to Windows 7. Initially a test generation is introduced to users in 2011, and then constructs a proof of the improvement was introduced in 2012. Judging by the email, the final build here any time during the coming months. However, these are speculations.

Because Internet Explorer is already fully operational in Windows 8, the delay in the launch of Windows 7 due to the difference between the technologies used both in Windows. Windows 7 require some updated API to transfer from Windows 8 before it can support Internet Explorer 10. Two of these APIs (Direct2D API accelerated graphics and text DirectWrite APIs) are still in beta and should be available in the latest versions of IE10 is released.

We will keep you posted as more news to come, for now the final version is expected within a few months.