Internet Explorer 10 Now Available for Windows 7
The latest version of Internet Explorer comes with Windows 8, but if you’ve decided not to upgrade, you can finally download Internet Explorer 10 today.
The release preview has been available for a little while, but today the final version dropped, complete with a speed boost, new supported standards (like the latest in HTML5), a Do Not Track feature enabled by default, autocomplete in the location bar, and more. It also has some handy touch gestures, if you have a touch-based computer still running Windows 7. You should be able to grab the new version via Windows Update, but if not, check out the link below to download it yourself.
Even though new IE looks nice, it still has some minor problems when loading pages with lots of images. At least that’s how it behaves on Windows 7. Hopefully this will be fixed within the next windows updates.