Internet Explorer 10 Preview Is Available On Windows 7

Internet Explorer 10 is an interesting browser. It launched with the new amazing operating system of Microsoft last Month. It was built in Windows 8 and surface touch. And now, it’s available on the Windows 7 with the preview of IE 10.
As we know that, Internet Explorer 10 was only available on Windows 8. The update includes the same standards-based platform that Windows 8 users received. It supports for touch, a full screen user interface, security improvements, and supports for HTML5 and CSS3.
The update will also send the “Do Not Track” signal to websites, also now supported by the latest version of Google Chrome, which is meant to enable consumers to protect their privacy by opting out of having online advertisers and websites track their movements for the purpose of sending them targeted ads. Microsoft will turn the controversial “Do Not Track” signal on by default when you first install it. That option, however, is somewhat ineffective in its present form as it requires websites and services to respond to the DTR requests appropriately. Yahoo, notably, said it would not support DTR, despite being partners with Microsoft, where the option was switched on by default. (Chrome, Firefox, Opera and Safari have it shut off).
Microsoft took the time in today’s official announcement to further press the issue, saying:
“Microsoft’s customers have been clear that they want more control over how their personal information is used online. While “Do Not Track” is a technology solution that’s still in its formative stages, it holds the promise of giving people greater choice and control of their privacy as they browse the Web.”
The link above points to a lengthy post from Brad Smith, Microsoft’s General Counsel & EVP, Legal & Corporate Affairs, which sets forth the case as to why Microsoft wants to make DTR a web standard, adopted by the W3C.
However, Internet Explorer 10 has new additions and upgrades. Microsoft took the time to highlight some of the technical underpinnings in the browser, including improved hardware acceleration, the Chakra javascript engine, improved HTML5 support, and more. Browser performance test results were also highlighted.
A study from last week found that Internet Explorer is the fastest browser on Windows. Microsoft performed lots of tests to prove it.
Microsoft attributes IE10′s performance enhancements to its “powerful HTML5 engine.” Users and developers can now take advantage of the following enhancements:
1. Rich Visual Effects: CSS Text Shadow, CSS 3D Transforms, CSS3 Transitions and Animations, CSS3 Gradient, SVG Filter Effects
2. Sophisticated Page Layouts: CSS3 for publication quality page layouts and application UI (CSS3 grid, flexbox, multi-column, positioned floats, regions, and hyphenation), HTML5 Forms, input controls, and validation
3. Enhanced Web Programming Model: Better offline applications through local storage with IndexedDB and the HTML5 Application Cache; Web Sockets, HTML5 History, Async scripts, HTML5 File APIs, HTML5 Drag-drop, HTML5 Sandboxing, Web workers, ES5 Strict mode support.
IE9 was already pretty good, so users of that particular browser may want to upgrade to IE10 when they get the chance. The performance and security improvements are probably worth the few minutes it takes to install. The IE 10 preview (which is something like Microsoft’s code for “beta”), is available for download today, here.
IE 10 preview is so amazing that you can stop thinking it. However, there are so many best software which compatible with Windows 7 and the new OS – Windows 8. WinISO and Mac Blu-ray Player are the part of the best software. With the Black Friday and the Cyber Monday, Just make your holiday much happier. What are you waiting for? Hurry up before it’s too late!
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Nov 26, 2012