Microsoft has decided that the browser version present in the latest version of Windows 8.1 also has its counterpart for Windows 7. As was done with IE10, which finally came to Windows 7 after a few months of waiting, the more recent browser version of the well-known owner of Microsoft also will see the light for the previous operating system, as reported in the Build 2013.
There have not been many details regarding the changes that will be presented to Windows 7, but at least in the latest version 8.1 has been working to improve “significantly” the speed of navigation, and that the browser will use less battery resources in the case of laptops. It also announced new support for WebGL and MPEG dash, which will run more smoothly multimedia content.
Much has been written on Internet Explorer, as has survived along with browsers that have proved to be faster, as Chrome or Firefox. However, this time Microsoft promises to be faster than competitive offerings, which does not surprise us too much as we have promised from IE8 … By the way, maintaining compatibility with certain web and enterprise environments must run applications online exclusively at IE.
We will have to wait to see if the promises of faster and more compatibility with most recent encodings on the web are certain. But the reality is that IE has lost a considerable portion of the browser market, which can only be recovered using a browser that really a huge leap in quality and speed. Will the case of IE11?