Microsoft has already announced its plans to release a new preview build of Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 in November, but it appears that the company will debut the new app on Patch Tuesday.
According to Chinese website iFanr, Roger Capriotti, director of product marketing for Internet Explorer, confirmed during a local event that Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 will be released today.
What’s more, he even pointed out that this new browser will come with “improved real-word site performance and additional standards support that Web developers have been asking for.”
Keep in mind that this is just a preview version of the Windows 7 build of Internet Explorer 10.
There’s no word on the official release date of the final app, but sources familiar with the matter have hinted that Microsoft could unveil it in early 2013.