FreewareFiles.com has IE 10 out for Windows 7, including x64 IE10!

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  1. ratchet

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    Caution! I installed x64 for W7 and neither v9 or v10 are even present in Program Files or PF (86). First indication something was wrong is when I tried to open it via taskbar, Sandboxie kept deleting the sandbox. Then I disabled "Force" but it still wouldn't. No wonder, I can't find it lol! I'll restore and wait a while since I need IE like a hole ing the head!
     
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    Internet Explorer 10 finally released for Windows 7

    http://arstechnica.com/information-...t-explorer-10-finally-released-for-windows-7/
     
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    Re: FreewareFiles.com has IE 10 out for W7, including x64!

    I really wish they would have embedded Flash into IE and ditched Active-X. However, considering any updates to it likely would have gone through the same, sometimes long process of testing MS does for other updates, maybe it's better this way.
     
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    Update went smoothly. The installer installed the prerequisite files first and then installed Internet Explorer 10 and after that, it finished with installing the language pack. It prompted me to reboot my computer. After reboot I was able to fire up and launch IE 10. :thumb:
     
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    Re: FreewareFiles.com has IE 10 out for W7, including x64!

    You can confirm you have IE 10 installed by checking the box that lets you enable/disable Windows features. It should be listed here and make sure the box next to Internet Explorer 10 is checked. You can also find out if you have IE 10 by clicking on About when you run Internet Explorer. It should say Internet Explorer 10. :)
     
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    Re: FreewareFiles.com has IE 10 out for W7, including x64!

    Does it disable aero like the prerelease versions did?
     
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    Internet Explorer 10 is available only in 64X build for 64X systems. :thumb:

    You can run it in 32 bit compatibility mode by turning off Enhanced Protected Mode in the Advanced Tab in the Internet Options Menu.

    There is a separate 32 bit build of Internet Explorer 10 available for X86 PCs. But it will no longer be available for installation on 64X computers.
     
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    Re: FreewareFiles.com has IE 10 out for W7, including x64!

    Updated from the pre-release via Windows update, on my work pc. Went smoothly, no issues. I have to say I like what I see so far, even though I've only played with it for a little while. Opens almost instantly, and all the pages I've viewed loaded really quick. I do wish IE was more customizable, whether it be themes, extensions, or even just the navigation toolbar, this is so far a really nice browser.
     
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    Re: FreewareFiles.com has IE 10 out for W7, including x64!

    Just installed - works fine so far:
     

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    Re: FreewareFiles.com has IE 10 out for W7, including x64!

    No, it doesn´t disable aero. The prerelease version didn´t either.
     
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    Aero's working here.
     
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    Re: FreewareFiles.com has IE 10 out for W7, including x64!

    Enhanced Protected Mode is turned off by default.
     
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    Re: FreewareFiles.com has IE 10 out for W7, including x64!

    To run IE as 64X, tick the box, exit the browser and launch it again. Turn it off, exit and launch again to go back to 32 bit.
     
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    Re: FreewareFiles.com has IE 10 out for W7, including x64!

    Is there an Enhanced Protected Mode for the Windows 7 x64 version? o_O
     
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    I found it in IE Internet Options > Advanced > Security
     
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    Win Internet Explorer 10 final Release?

    Hi All, I ran across this on a Windows 7 forum. It looks like the final release to me, but I haven't seen any reference to it any where else. What do you think? I also looked for my IE 9 in my control panel where I could delete it when I install V10 but I don't see it there. How do I uninstall V9 otherwise when I finally want to install V10? http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/internet-explorer/download-ie :)
     
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    Re: Win Internet Explorer 10 final Release?

    Its available over Windows Update ;)
     
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    Re: Win Internet Explorer 10 final Release?

    I looked about 7 hours ago and couldn't find it. Thanks! What about my other question? :)
     
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    Re: Win Internet Explorer 10 final Release?

    I wouldn't bother downgrading, simply install and upgrade over the existing version.
     
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    Re: Win Internet Explorer 10 final Release?

    I don't see it either... just checked now.
     
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    Re: Win Internet Explorer 10 final Release?

    I've got IE32x and 64x also. I'd like to just wind up with IE V10 64x.
     
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