Windows Vista Users Unjustly Snubbed By IE10

Published: 18 April 2011 y., Monday

The first Internet Explorer 10 (IE10) trial version was presented on April 12th in Las Vegas at the MIX conference. It is believed that the final version on the browser will appear next year and will be released in conjunction with the ‚Windows 8‘ operating system. However, Windows 7 is the only currently existing operating system, which can support IE10 browser. Users using „Windows XP“ or „Windows Vista“ on their computers can not run IE10 version.

 

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