Internet Explorer 11 now officially launches on Windows 7. Microsoft had been dilly dallying about bringing Internet Explorer 11 to the platform. But now that it has been launched, things are back to normal.
Windows 7 will be featuring Internet Explorer 11. A range of beta versions were formerly launched. Therefore, the arrival of IE11 is not exactly news. It is basically the same system used by those who handle Windows 8.1. However, there is a slight difference. It does not facilitate Google’s SPDY protocol.
On the whole, the quick revamped operations, safety regulations and confidentiality renewals remain the major plus points. As for the WebGL protection and interface rejuvenations, they too are available in a similar manner as on the Windows 8.1. Microsoft’s F12 developer instruments, touch technology and brand new Reading View have also been changed for the better.
In order to demonstrate its performance, EtchMark and Popcorn were launched by Microsoft. The new system has a classic safety mechanism. Almost 100% of viruses are kept outside the software. Even phishing attacks are kept to a minimum. All in all, it is a service that is good enough to serve the ordinary citizen in his daily business.
Watch video of building Internet Explorer 11.
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