A preview of the final (pre-release) build of Internet Explorer 11 for Windows 7 has been released by Microsoft, bringing “30 per cent more speed” than any of its rival browsers when run on the OS, according to Redmond.
It also supports multi-touch, and although there aren’t very many Windows 7 touch PCs out there, this might be useful for businesses using Windows 8 PCs running the Win7 OS because of business-critical apps.
The biggest change, though, is for the developers, who gain a redesigned and enhanced suite of in-browser F12 tools.
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IE11 here … It’s pre-release, so all the cautions of early software releases apply.