Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 released

Up until now, Internet Explorer 10 was only available for Windows 8.
That changed today, as Microsoft released IE10 for Windows 7.

IE10 is more secure than it’s predecessors and has a better support for web standards (HTML5, CSS3).
Additionally, the JavaScript rendering engine has been improved, resulting in higher JavaScript execution speed.

See Microsoft’s official announcement for more details and supported features.
You can download IE10 from windows.microsoft.com.

What does it mean for us web developers?
One less reason to avoid using HTML5 and CSS3…

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