IE11 Developer Preview For Windows 7 Available For Download Now

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The Developer Preview of IE11 on Windows 7 (and Windows Server 2008 R2) is available for download today. It is similar to IE11 on Windows 8 in many ways supporting the same improved performance, faster page load times, new standards support for next generation sites, and completely revised F12 developer tools.

This video shows some of the performance, Web programming, and developer tools capabilities in IE11 Developer Preview for Windows 7

Read the full blog post over at the IE Team Blog, where they discuss Fast More Responsive Browsing, Leading JavaScript Performance, Hardware-Accelerated 3D Web Graphics, Professional-Quality Video Experience on the Web, New F12 Developer Tools , The Existing Web , and the future of IE.

Download Now: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=39677

Source: IE Blog via Robert McLaws

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  • http://olivermills6.wordpress.com/ Oliver

    Is this available for Windows 8? (not Windows 8.1)

    • http://twitter.com/surilamin surilamin

      No. You’ll have to upgrade to Win 8.1 to get IE11.

      • http://olivermills6.wordpress.com/ Oliver

        Shame, but thanks.I do have Windows 8.1 on my laptop but I don’t use it as much as my desktop which I can’t risk any data loss on.

  • Yuan Taizong

    I hope they will include Cloud-Tab/Favourites-Sync across Internet Explorer and Internet Explorer Mobile.

  • xan

    when I downloaded it and run ie11, my antivirus detected behavioral threat so I decided not to install. Is there anybody could explain why this thing come up? or should I just leave the warning of my antivirus and simply ignore and install it?

    • http://twitter.com/surilamin surilamin

      Antivirus programs use heuristics to guess at which programs may potentially be malicious. You should ignore your antivirus program and go ahead and install it.

      Also I recommend simply using Microsoft Security Essentials (which is free) and should take care of most your needs and uninstall your current antivirus program.
      http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=5201

  • diandian

    垃圾,不好用