Well, IE9 was released for Vista, so that aspect is not really new.
I think that this is a big deal, but perhaps not in the way that was expected.
In the past, Microsoft has had the browser release be a reason to upgrade Operating Systems. Having IE 10 on Windows 7 seems like a significant departure from that strategy. I wonder why they made that change. Low Windows 8 adoption? IE 10 that much better a product?
Inquiring minds want to know.
Thanks for the link in any case,
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