The Softonic Minute: Internet Explorer 11, PES 2014, Google Helpouts and Call of Duty

The Softonic Minute: Internet Explorer 11, PES 2014, Google Helpouts and Call of Duty

Internet Explorer 7 is released for Windows 7, Konami finally releases the PC demo of PES 2014, Google launches its much buzzed about Helpouts, and Call of Duty: Ghosts lands on PC and consoles. Check out this week’s top software news on The Softonic Minute.

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Internet Explorer 11 now available on Windows 7. The stable version of IE 11 is no longer exclusive to Windows 8. Windows 7 users can now enjoy what Microsoft claims to be the fastest browser in the world, with a 30% increase in speed on Internet Explorer 10. The performance of the browser has been greatly improved with the help of HTML 5. Download Internet Explorer 11 for Windows 7.

PES 2014 PC demo finally arrives! It’s taken Konami almost two months to release a demo for the PC version of the newest Pro Evolution Soccer. Konami’s been quiet regarding why it’s taken so long for the demo to be released, but some speculate it may have feared another hacker attack. At the very least, you can try PES 2014 if you’d like to try it for yourself. Download the PES 2014 PC demo here.

Google launches Helpouts. Google Helpouts aims to revolutionize the world of remote assistance. Cooking classes? Roadside Assistance? Connect to Helpouts through the videoconferencing tool in Hangouts and get all the help you need. If you’d rather offer some expert assistance yourself, you have the choice of offering it for free or for a fee.

Call of Duty: Ghosts has been released. The highly anticipated shooter from Infinity Ward went on sale for PC and consoles this week. The game has 3 main modes: Campaign, which focuses on a futuristic war, Multiplayer, which has been refined with many customization options, and the new Extinction Mode, in which you must survive an alien invasion! Download Call of Duty: Ghosts.

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