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Internet Explorer 10 Released For Windows 7


Microsoft released the Internet Explorer 10 browser for Windows 7 today, four months after this version was released with Windows 8.

Currently more than 700 million people world-wide now have access to Microsoft’s most up-to-date browser.

Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 7, for the most part, is near-identical to its Windows 8 counterpart. The one important difference between the Windows 7 and Windows 8 versions, however is that Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 7 does not includes an embedded version of Flash that gets its updates from Windows Update. Instead, Abobe Flash will have to be installed separately on Windows 7  and updated using Adobe’s updater, not Microsoft’s, just as with previous versions of Internet Explorer.

If you have Windows 7 and would like to upgrade your version of Internet Explorer from version 9 to version 10, you can do so either from Windows Update (it will be listed as an “Optional Update”), or by direct download from Microsoft.

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