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A moment ago Ars Technica tweeted a link to a (now pulled) story about Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 being out.

[tweet]https://twitter.com/arstechnica/status/306373106698694657[/tweet]

At first I couldn't find it on the MS website or Windows Update. A moment of searching later however I came across the download page for it. The RTM version is 10.0.9200.16521

[b]Download:[/b] [url="http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/internet-explorer/downloads/ie-10/worldwide-languages"]Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 SP1[/url]

[b]Screenshots:[/b]

[attachment=328760:IE 10.PNG]

[attachment=328762:About IE 10.PNG]

[attachment=328764:Capture.PNG]
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Suggestion: Turn AERO back on for the screenshots. ;)
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Sweet! Thanx. I'm all over that like a hobo on a ham sandwich.

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827KB ?
Where do i find offline installer with pre-required Hotfix?
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Is Adobe Flash player integrated into internet explorer 10 in windows 7, like it is in windows 8 (and are flash player updates delivered via windows update)?
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Sweet! Thanks dude!

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i know a few people that will be happy to see this.

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Finally. Some decent upgrade for IE-based Windows 7 users. Hope this is pushed silently via Windows Update.

There are many HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript performance increases on this release.

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Chrome + Adblock for me.
Until there's a suitable replacement on IE, I just can't bring myself to use it again.
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Misleading title. It actually requires SP1, so I do not believe that it is available for Windows 7 RTM. :)

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[quote name='Travelar' timestamp='1361884202' post='595544576']
Misleading title. It actually requires SP1, so I do not believe that it is available for Windows 7 RTM. :)
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Corrected the title.

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Sweet. Thx.

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[quote name='McCordRm' timestamp='1361883915' post='595544564']
Chrome + Adblock for me.
Until there's a suitable replacement on IE, I just can't bring myself to use it again.
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No ads with IE 10, not sure which version you tried.

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[quote name='Brainiac10' timestamp='1361883178' post='595544540']
Is Adobe Flash player integrated into internet explorer 10 in windows 7, like it is in windows 8 (and are flash player updates delivered via windows update)?
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I don't see anything on my machine to indicate that it is. And going to a flash based site prompts me to install it.

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I'm so glad I use Firefox, so glad..

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IE10 has built in Adblocking mechanism through ActiveX Filtering + Tracking Protection lists (adblocking and privacy) at the http level saving bandwidth.
The best HTML5 H.264 video acceleration in Youtube
[url="http://www.youtube.com/html5"]www.youtube.com/html5[/url]

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Great! It's noticeably faster than IE9 while browsing and managing tabs.

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While Google Chrome is my browser of choice, I am glad to see IE has been updated finally. One thing though I'm curious about is, I saw that the preview release of IE10 also required a pre-release of the Win7 SP1 Platform Update, does this automatically get installed when you run the IE10 installer?

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[quote name='DpwOX545' timestamp='1361887320' post='595544700']
While Google Chrome is my browser of choice, I am glad to see IE has been updated finally. One thing though I'm curious about is, I saw that the preview release of IE10 also required a pre-release of the Win7 SP1 Platform Update, does this automatically get installed when you run the IE10 installer?
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Yes, it does get installed with IE10.

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Hitting full screen in YT HTML5 does not go to full screen in IE10, it maximises to the size of the browser window

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Hit F11

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[quote name='McCordRm' timestamp='1361883915' post='595544564']
Chrome + Adblock for me.
Until there's a suitable replacement on IE, I just can't bring myself to use it again.
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[quote name='humanz.' timestamp='1361886311' post='595544640']
I'm so glad I use Firefox, so glad..
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So glad I'm using Linux right now!!

Sorry, couldn't resist that one, but I AM using Linux!!

IE10 is DEFINITELY faster, even pre-release! Glad to see it! :)

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[quote name='manosdoc' timestamp='1361888171' post='595544742']
Hit F11
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That just hides the edges of the browser, hitting fullscreen should correctly take over the entire screen

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Hitting F11 takes over the entire screen on my 1080p monitor.

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[quote name='manosdoc' timestamp='1361889374' post='595544804']
Hitting F11 takes over the entire screen on my 1080p monitor.
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Yea I know, but that is not what I am saying, I know what F11 does, I`m saying the full screen BUTTON doesn't go full screen, it only takes over the size of the browser window, so if you have IE10 windowed to 800x600 on a 1920x1080 LCD, you do not get full screen, you only get 800x600 and it still leaves the IE10 border

[img]http://localhostr.com/files/wu2Ku65/Capture.PNG[/img]

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