Microsoft has finally announced today that Windows 7 users who have not upgraded to Windows 8 can now download a copy of its latest internet browser i.e. Internet Explorer 10 (click on the link to download from Microsoft).
What you need to do?
Click on the link above i.e. Microsoft
Choose your preferred language and Windows version
Click on download and wait for the download process to complete.
Once the download is complete, run the set up file and just sit back or you can go get a drink (depending on the speed of your internet connection)
Follow the on-screen instruction and VOILÀ! You’re done.
What Microsoft has to say about the new Internet Explorer 10
Its fast and fluid
Perfect for touch
Safe and Private
Easy to use
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Users of Internet Explorer 9 and earlier versions have been urged to deploy a toolkit that could help protect their PC against a series of attacks hitting its system.
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The exploit is said to affect Windows XP, Vista and 7 systems.
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