Microsoft has been silent about whether its latest browser would be making it to Windows 7 but now Engadget has gotten confirmation from the company that IE11 will be coming to Windows 7. This falls in line with what Microsoft has done in the past, launching IE10 for Windows 8 first and bringing the browser (eventually) to Windows 7. Windows 8.1 will debut with IE11 but Windows 7 users will have to wait.
Earlier today, Microsoft detailed the changes in Internet Explorer 11 at its Build 2013 developer conference. The browser will get performance enhancements with WebGL support and MPEG dash, allowing videos to play smoother. IE 11 will also be kinder on your battery, helping with your device’s longevity.
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