Microsoft fails to build suspense by delaying IE 10 release for Win7 platform – decides to release it anyway
// October 18th, 2012 // Internet
In the “yawn, nobody really cares” segment of our news, Microsoft has confirmed that Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 is still in the works. It’s been nearly a year and half since Microsoft released a test build of Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 and during that time, MS has refused to acknowledge when, or if, a final build would be released for their widely used Windows 7 platform. Many thought IE 10 would be released when the Windows 8 version was released (IE is built into Windows 8) but that turned out to not be the case. Now Microsoft has confirmed that a IE 10 preview will be released sometime in November. Still no word on when the final IE10 for Windows 7 will be released.
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