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Thursday, February 28, 2013

Browsers: Microsoft has released IE 10 for windows 7.

Working with HTML5 and targeting a specific specification to multiple customers who has different platforms, requires testing this development on all cross browsers vendors from IE, Safari, Chrome, Opera to Firefox as major browsers.

Microsoft IE was the least one supporting the HTML5 standard specification APIs than other browsers, but by releasing the IE10 hope to see more support for HTML5 and CSS3.

Microsoft has released the final version of Internet Explorer 10; with support for Web standards. Officials said "IE10 on all platforms add support for more than 30 new Web standards beyond what IE9 supported, including support for new HTML5, CSS3, DOM, Web Performance, and Web Application specifications".

Microsoft plans to begin auto-updating customers with Windows 7 Service Pack 1 and/or Windows Server 2008 R2 and higher with the IE10 "in the weeks ahead".

But this version is aimed to Support Windows 7 Service Pack 1, Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 operating systems only. And it is already bundled with windows 8 and RT versions. And it comes in 95 languages flavor. But this means that Windows Vista & XP users will not have this version as auto update or download version.

When you run this version of IE10 on Win7 and 2008 RC2, you will find some differences from its peer running on Win8 & RT.

To download your X64/X86 platform version, with your preferred language, download it from Microsoft Download Center.