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Internet Explorer 10 goes live for Windows 7 users, available in 95 languages

Microsoft has officially released the final version of the latest Internet Explorer to Windows 7 users. The Internet Explorer 10 is available in 95 languages and Windows 7 users will all get the update to the latest version of IE automatically in the upcoming days but eager users are able to download it manually.

Internet Explorer 10, which is already available on Windows 8, comes with improved JavaScript performance for the Windows 7 machines. The browser also focuses on battery management for smartphones and the upgraded browser is integrated with spell checking and auto-correct features on Windows 7.

The IE 10 now offers better support for web standards like the latest CSS3, but the user interface for the Windows 7 version however remains similar to IE 9. So, the full-screen experience from the Windows 8 machine will not be available for the Windows 7 users.

If you are impatient, you can download the latest version of Internet Explorer from the official Microsoft website.

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