If you still running the good old Windows 7, you’ll be happy to know that Microsoft just made available for download Internet Explorer 11.
Internet Explorer 11 is available in 95 languages, the software giant will start rolling out automatically the new web browser for those customers still using IE 11 Release Preview today, while all other Windows 7 users will get the software automatically via Windows Update in a few weeks.
Microsoft even has a website (ie.microsoft.com/testdrive) set up specially to see the performance of IE 11 by running different demos that showcase the difference between web browsers.
Here is a video that Microsoft put together to show some of the new features:
Keep in mind that Microsoft won’t release a version of IE 11 for XP or Vista, only on modern operating systems such as Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows Server.
If you can’t wait, head over to this Microsoft download page to grab your version of Internet Explorer 11 (32-bit or 64-bit) and in your language. Also there is version of Internet Explorer 11 for Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 64-bit. IT professionals also get a special toolkit to stop Microsoft servers from deploying the software in a corporate environment if necessary — read this Microsoft page for more info.