Windows 8 and Windows RT ship with the Internet Explorer 10 web browser, and Windows Phone 8 handsets have a mobile version of the same browser. But up until now there’s been no way to use Microsoft’s newest web browser on Windows 7.
While it will still be a little while before Microsoft officially launches IE10 for Windows 7, you can now download a preview version from Microsoft Test Drive site.
Internet Explorer 10 is available for 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Window s7, as well as Windows Server 2008.
The new browser includes better support for HTML5, CSS3 and other web standards. It also adds support for a full-screen mode and for touch-based navigation, which should make it a better option than IE9 on Windows 7 tablets or other computers with touchscreen displays.
The Do Not Track feature is also turned on by default, alerting websites that support the standard not to track users’ personal data.
via MSDN Blogs