Just about a month ago the IEBlog published a post to allow business to manage the update schedule for Internet Explorer 10. It says "this approach lets organizations control when they are ready to deploy IE10 to their Windows 7 users." I took from this that IE10 on Windows 7 was imminent.
Today it's out. You can download IE10 for Windows 7 now. The details are over at the IE blog.
In the next few weeks and months Windows 7 machines will get automatically upgraded to IE10. For Web Developers like me, that means that between Windows 8 which already has IE10 and all these Windows 7 users who will now have IE10, that more people will have a modern browser than ever before.
Once you've upgraded to IE10, go check out some of these sites. Be sure to view the source!
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