Microsoft Introduces Internet Explorer 10

Less than a month after launching Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) who advocated success, Microsoft is now introducing IE10.

Mix11 developer conference event held in Las Vegas, United States (U.S.), IE10 utilized Microsoft to show off the first time.

Reported by Mashable, IE10 previews are already available for download it is a continuation of the work done in the case of Microsoft's hardware acceleration, HTML5 and CSS3.

"IE10 built on full hardware acceleration and continuing our focus on site-ready web-standards," said Corporate Vice President of Internet Explorer Dean Hachamovitch.

"This combination enables developers to deliver the best performance for their Windows customers while using web standard markup the same in all browsers," he added.

Hachamovitch said, Microsoft only took three weeks to develop IE10. At the Mix11 conference, he demonstrated some ability IE10 and mentioned that the browser is equipped with additional support for CSS3, including gradients and layout Flexible Box. IE10 additional previews will be released every 8 until 12 weeks.