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Microsoft Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 finally released

Microsoft Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 finally released:
Microsoft just a few seconds ago released Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7. The web browser that got initially released for Windows 8 last year, and then later on as a preview version for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2, has been much awaited by the Internet community.
It is important that Windows 7 users pick the right download of the web browser. The 32-bit version of Internet Explorer 10 can only be installed on 32-bit versions of Windows 7, while the 64-bit version is reserved to 64-bit versions. The 64-bit version is almost double in size with its 42.3 MB than the 32-bit version with its 22.0 MB.
The following system requirements are required to install IE10:;
  • CPU: at least 1 GHz with support for PAE, NX and SSE2
  • RAM: at least 512 MB of memory
  • Hard Drive: at least 70 MB of storage space for 32-bit versions, and 120 MB for 64-bit versions
  • Windows 7: Service Pack 1 installed
internet explorer 10 screenshot
Please note that you may need to reboot your system before all functionality becomes available.
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