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Internet explorer 10 for windows 7- What’s new

Recently before some time Scott Hanselman just announced Internet Explorer 10 for windows 7. Today it’s launch and I have just downloaded the and installed it. I thought you it would be  a great idea to write a blog post about this.

Download Internet explorer 10 for windows 7:

The first question comes to your mind that from where we can download internet explorer 10. Following is a link for that from where you can download the IE 10 for windows 7.

Installation went very smooth You just need to restart the computer once IE 10 completely installed.

What’s new in Internet Explorer 10:

Following is a complete list of features that are there in Internet Explorer 10.
  1. Faster performance 20% for real web world site :  In windows 7 improves the performance across the board with faster page loading, faster execution of javascript using new scripting engine. It also reduced CPU cycles and improve battery life on laptop and Mobile computers.
  2. It’s now supports CSS Text Shadow, CSS 3D Transforms, CSS3 Transitions and Animations, CSS3 Gradient, and SVG Filter Effects.
  3. It’s also now support almost all the elements of HTML5 and CSS3 like Responsive Web UI design, Indexed DB, Application Cache, File Reader API, Media queries etc.
  4. Improved Web application security with the same markup and support for HTML5 Sandbox for iframe isolation.
  5. Now it has built In flash player that does not consume batter life.
  6. Internet Explorer get a new user agent string -Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; MSIE 10.0; Windows NT 6.1; Trident/6.0)
  7. Now IE 10 supports JavaScript strict mode.
Here’s how it looks on my windows 7 machine.


Important Links about Internet Explorer 10:

Followings are some good links that will provide more information IE 10 on windows 7.

Development Toolbar in Internet Explorer 10:

There is not much changes I noticed with Development Toolbar in IE 10 except IE 10 still I am going to work on that more and will get back to you.

What's new in development tool bard internet explorer 10

That’s it. Hope you like it. Stay tuned for more..


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