I received an e-mail newsletter from CNET that Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 is out now. The beta version was already there as most of you must be knowing, but if we believe this news here, Internet explorer 10 is out now. I don't have enough time today to download and check and confirm this news, that whether or not it is beta, but I just wanted to make sure that this news is still news when I share it here on my blog, LOL! :D
The fact why this news is so cool is that Internet Explorer 10 is really cool. And if you have read my blog since start, you should know about my hatred for Internet Explorer. Still we cannot ignore that v10 is really awesome so wanted to share this news with all of you! :)
I am in a hurry so I'm quoting some text(directly copying) form the CNET post(link above):
The update brings enormous changes to the browser, and mostly for the better. Internet Explorer 10 is not only faster and more stable than the current IE for Windows 7, version 9, it's also far more standards-compliant.
"Gone are the days when developers aspire to build for the lowest common denominator. The way the Web becomes like an application is when you take advantage of the latest hardware. We've stopped the era of trying to maximize for aggregate browser share," Ryan Gavin, general manager for Internet Explorer at Microsoft, said in a phone conversation with CNET last week.
The standards that IE 10 adheres to are nothing to sneeze at. Microsoft claims that its labs have found the new version of the browser to be 20 percent faster on Windows 7 than IE 9, and it supports a veritable alphabet soup of HTML5 and CSS3 improvements -- 60 percent more standards-compliant than IE 9, says Microsoft. These include CSS Text Shadow; CSS 3D Transforms; CSS3 Transitions and Animations; CSS3 Gradient; SVG Filter Effects; HTML5 Forms; input controls; validation; Web sockets; HTML5 Sandboxing; Web workers; HTML5 App Cache; File Reader API; and HTML5 Drag-drop, among other backend improvements.
In short, modern HTML5 sites that run smoothly in IE 10 on Windows 8, or the latest browsers from Chrome and Firefox, will now work properly in IE 10 on Windows 7.
For details check the link above. You can find the download link of IE10 there too. All comments are welcomed. And sorry for this ultra-short post(ultra short because it has copied content, that CNET paragraphs), I'm really busy today. I hope you all understand. Good Day! :)
Yes this is full version IE10. I wanted to check this asap, so I downloaded it! :D Microsoft Download link here