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IE10 finally available for Windows 7

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Today marks the day that Windows 7 users can finally upgrade their IE to Internet Explorer 10, after a number of feature-incomplete preview versions dating as far back as 2011 were previously the only option.

Microsoft has put up both x32 and x64 versions for download, and the browser is available in a number of languages straight off the bat.

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IE10 also comes with an automatic update service.

If you want to run Internet Explorer 10 on your PC, here's what it takes:

  • A Windows 7, 8 or Windows RT PC.
  • Processor: 1GHz or faster with support for PAE, NX, and SSE2
  • RAM: 1GB (x32) or 2GB (x64)
  • Hard disk space: 16GB (x32) or 20GB (x64)
  • Graphics card: Microsoft DirectX 9 graphics device with WDDM driver
  • Internet access

Also ensure you have an up to date system; you may be required to run Windows Update first before you can install Internet Explorer 10.

As a reminder, there might be people out there that do not want IE10 when it becomes an Automatic Update roll out; for those people there's also a tool to block the upgrade here.

http://windows.micro...dwide-languages

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Thanks for the info, I've tried a preview 2 weeks ago and it looks good, clearer,faster, so I'll go for it.

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Is this talking about a browser or operating system.

Just curious as the recommended requirements say, Hard disk space: 16GB (x32) or 20GB (x64), I thought that to be excessive for a browser?

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Is this talking about a browser or operating system.

Just curious as the recommended requirements say, Hard disk space: 16GB (x32) or 20GB (x64), I thought that to be excessive for a browser?

my thoughts exactly ...

I concur :yes:

at least there is a "block update" option

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