Internet Explorer 10 final has been released for Windows 7 and available for download. To install IE10 on Windows 7, you must have Service Pack 1 installed on your computer. If you’ve installed IE10 release Preview, it’ll be automatically updated to this stable version and if you’ve automatic updates turned on, installed Internet Explorer 9.x will also be automatically updated to IE10 in the coming weeks as well.
New features and performance Improvements offered by IE10 on Windows 7
- IE to load real world pages up to 20% faster.
- Improves hardware accelerated performance of SVG and HTML4 constructs.
- Improvements to make common browsing activities you do every day faster.
- IE10 offers integrated spell checking and auto-correct for spelling mistakes.
If you want to prevent/stop IE10 from installing via automatic updates, you should install IE10 update blocker tool. IE10 comes with Do Not Track signal turned on by default, since it’s a choice took by the browser instead of user, companies to ignore that signal. Do you know? IE10 on Windows 7 doesn’t offer the Flip Ahead feature.
If you face problems during the install of IE10, you can find the below article helpful.
To upgrade from IE8/9 to IE10 on Windows 7, download and install IE10 for Windows 7 from here (make sure, you uncheck “I would also like Bing and MSN defaults” before clicking on the download link).
IE10 for Windows 7 standalone/offline installer links
Above links are for English language only, you can find IE10 standalone/offline installer links for other languages here.