Microsoft Will Provide New Test Build of Internet Explorer (IE) 10 For Windows 7
Microsoft has lastly provided a preview of Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 in June 2011, and since then there was no update on Microsoft to release a new test build of Internet Explorer (IE) 10 for Windows 7, which was almost 16 months in the past.
From that point of time, the spokespersons of Microsoft are denying to talk about the issue, about when the company will provide a latest version of Internet Explorer 10, or about why there is no advanced builds are presented for Windows 7.
But yesterday, i.e., on October 17, 2012, Microsoft has left a clue for the Internet Explorer 10 loyalists who are looking for a latest version of Microsoft’s browser on their Windows 7 OS. In an IE Blog post, Microsoft officials announced that a new preview of the iconic browser for Windows 7 will be launched as a preview version, by the end of November 2012,
Which will be followed by a final release very soon after once the company has had time to process and implement any developer or user-requested changes. However, date of launch is not yet confirmed, but officials has authenticated that the product is still alive.
A leaked Microsoft roadmap from late last year led some of us to believe Microsoft was planning to deliver IE10 for Windows 7 at the same time as IE10 for Windows 8 was released to manufacturing. But that turned out not to be the case. IE10 for Windows 8 will be generally available on October 26, as it is built into Windows 8.
The message declaration has been congregated with assorted opinions of developers, based on comments on the blog post. Many readers has condemned that Microsoft does not have the accomplished software ready, as it is expected to be available next to Windows 8 after October 26th.