Microsoft rolls out IE 11 for Win 7 users

Washington, Nov. 8 : Microsoft has reportedly rolled out its latest Internet Explorer 11, web browser to the users of its Windows 7 OS.

The latest browser is part of the new Windows 8.1 system upgrade that was released last month.

According to Fox News, the IE 11 is available for a free download and improves the performance of websites that use JavaScript.

Microsoft said that the browser is 9 percent faster than Internet Explorer 10 and enables better 3-D graphics rendering in websites, allowing users to manipulate 3-D objects on-screen, the report added.

--ANI (Posted on 08-11-2013)

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