Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 10 Preview For Windows 7 Now Available To Download

What is you are running on older software and want to taste the flavor of the newer one on your old one. In order to put consumers into updating / upgrading to a new software when its developed first, and anybody left behind. As part of the latest Windows 8 operating system, the Internet Explorer 10 would be a faster experience, anyone still on Windows 7 anxiously be waiting for the new version of web browsing, a preview version has now been landed on Microsoft Store, but not as a complete end-user release.

Internet Explorer 10 version would be a redesigned browser which made its debut last month Microsoft released Windows 8, which makes dramatic changes to an operating system that has been powering PCs for decades. Internet Explorer was once the real browser for the PC user. Installed by default on any Windows PC, it may have won the battle with Netscape, but in 90’s, the Redmond’s flagship browser has really lost its control over browser – the Mozilla Firefox is the culprit that sends it back, and Google’s revamped Chrome, asise Opera has pecked order.

Microsoft was working hard to improve since Vista and in fixing up Windows from all aspects of its software – including the once-forgotten browser. IE 8 and after words Internet Explorer 9 was launched, but doesn’t make any sense and now with IE 10 – for those that haven’t tried it – is every bit the modern browser, though it has much work to sort out to displace the likes of Google Chrome and Firefox, the positive start up of Windows 8 will of course provide solid foundadtions.

Internet Explorer 10 initially is being introduced Tuesday to Windows 7 users in a “preview,” or test, mode. This new IE 10 browser isn’t compatible to work with Windows XP or Vista or any other older Microsoft’s operating system. While the preview version has released as planned, there’s still no word on when the very final version will be released, but this preview version of Internet Explorer 10 will certainly offer developers with a suitable simulation currently.

Although Microsoft is staking its future on Windows 8, far more PCs rely on Windows 7. More  than 670 million licenses for Windows 7 have been sold since its release in 2009. Windows 8 is unlikely to approach that level of usage until at least 2014, based on analysts forecast. Desktops, laptops and tablet computers running on Windows 8 are sold with Internet Explorer 10 already installed. I am the one who is running Windows 8 on my computer with IE 10.

Actually, Internet Explorer 10’s main purpose is to make viewing websites as enjoyable and convenient as using applications tailor-made for specific mobile devices. According to the other research still states that Internet Explorer remains the most widely used. Although all measures show it has been losing market share to Chrome, Mozilla’s Firefox and Apple’s Safari.

If you wish to download the preview version of Internet Explorer 10, please check out the link below. Because older Windows versions will have to be downloaded and install the new browser separately. The Internet Explorer 10 is supposed to process Web pages more quickly and smoothly than its predecessors, it may have limited appeal to Windows 7 users.

All with the positive reception of Windows 8, the continual success of the Xbox 360, and the optimism surrounding the Surface / Windows Phone 8, the software maker, Microsoft still has relatively decent shot at flogging what was once looking like a dead horse. And now? Microsoft also says games such as “Contre Jour” played on Internet Explorer 10 will work as well, or even better, than those packaged in applications.

(Source: Internet Explorer for Windows 7 from Microsoft)