The redesigned browser, Internet Explorer 10, made its debut last month when Microsoft released Windows 8, which makes vivid changes to an operating system that has been powering PCs for decades.
Internet Explorer 10 primarily is being introduced on Tuesday to Windows 7 users in a preview or test mode. The latest browser isn’t compatible with XP, Vista and any other older Windows version.
While Internet Explorer 10 is supposed to process web pages faster and smoothly than its predecessors, it may have limited appeal to Windows 7 users.
Internet Explorer 10’s key purpose is to make viewing websites as enjoyable and convenient as using applications tailor-made for precise mobile devices.