Microsoft has made Internet Explorer (IE) available now to Windows 7 users. Automatic Windows Updates to IE10 will be coming in the weeks ahead for Windows 7 users. IE10 does not support Windows Vista or XP and Windows 8 users already have IE10. For those who are using Windows 7 and want to get IE10 now, can do so via the Internet Explorer Download Site. While I am not really one to use Internet Explore, I am glad to see Microsoft is still keeping the browser updated. This after not releasing any newer versions after IE6 for 5-years from 2001 to 2006.
via Tom’s Hardware
If you are required reinstalling the Windows 7 edition of Microsoft but unable to trace windows key then you can easily trace it on the backside of your PC or underside, in the case of laptop. Windows 7 key is generally sited on a yellow decal. Sometimes, the decal will be sited within the CD coat of the software product, or you can also trace it in the manual of particular software. If you find yourself unable to trace the product key, it means you have lost the license of the valuable Windows 7 software. One may also mislay a great contract of time annoying to track the product key down, or probing various PC mediums for a way out.:
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