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IE10 for Windows 7 inches closer

Microsoft is continuing to test privately the last preview build of Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 before releasing it to the Web.

By Jan. 18, 2013


Microsoft backs away from Flash ban in IE10

Arguing that support for Adobe's browser plug-in is an advantage, Microsoft now permits Flash by default on Windows 8 and Windows RT. Tablets that can't run Flash are merely "a companion to a PC."

By Mar. 12, 2013


Hate IE10? You're a troll, Microsoft says

Microsoft's latest ad is taking on the trolls, but is it sidestepping the real issues?

By Dec. 1, 2012


Yahoo will ignore Do Not Track for IE10 users

Microsoft's decision to turn on Do Not Track by default in the next Internet Explorer -- instead of leaving users to opt out -- prompts Yahoo to ignore it.

By Oct. 26, 2012


Microsoft gives Flash a reprieve in IE10

Adobe's plug-in will be built directly into Windows 8's browser, optimized for touch, security, and power efficiency, a source says. But it's only a temporary move.

By May. 23, 2012


Windows 8 sticks with IE10 Do Not Track by default

Microsoft is enabling the Do Not Track feature in the version of Windows 8 that's off to PC makers, guaranteeing a pushback from advertisers.

By Aug. 8, 2012


IE10 wakes to the Web--and to Windows

Internet Explorer 10 is designed to match rival browsers' standards support. That'll be useful for Windows 8 apps, not just Web apps.

By Sep. 14, 2011


IE10 preview for Windows 7 arriving tomorrow, report says

Microsoft said last month that a preview of its Web browser would be released in mid-November.

By Nov. 12, 2012


IE10 may get a new test build for Windows 7 soon

Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 is still alive, Microsoft officials confirmed. And another test build is coming in November.

By Oct. 17, 2012


Microsoft revamping its MSN portal for Win8, IE10 users

Microsoft will launch a revamped MSN portal on October 26, the day Windows 8 and Windows RT PCs and tablets go on sale. Here's what to expect.

By Oct. 1, 2012