Just as expected, Microsoft has officially launched the final version of Internet Explorer for Windows 7, the latest build of its in-house browser previously available on Windows 8 exclusively.
While Microsoft is yet to publicly announce the release, the download links have been published on Microsoft’s webpage, allowing users to download IE10 for either the x64 or x86 versions of Windows 7.
There are no release notes for the final build, but it’s obviously supposed to fix all bugs and issues reported in the preview version, while also providing a full-featured browsing experience.
The browser is available in a wide variety of languages and can be downloaded and installed at absolutely no cost, as long as your Windows 7 copy is activated.
Here are the system requirements for the Windows 7 version of IE10.