Even though Internet Explorer 9 was released only about a month ago, Microsoft are now ready to unveil the next version of their internet browser at MIX11. Called Internet Explorer 10 (IE10), Microsoft claims the browser “will push the boundaries of what developers can do on the web even further.” The web browser will be embracing the HTML5 standard even more this time around; a move that they hope other developers will follow. What’s surprising this time around is that they’ve already put up the IE10 Platform Preview 1 up for people to download. If you’re a fan of unfinished/test software – you can head over to the Internet Explorer Test Drive website. You can also check out performance demos over there if you don’t want to download the IE10 Platform Preview 1. If you do give IE10 a spin, let us know what you think of it.
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