Microsoft has released a preview version of Internet Explorer 10 not a while ago,  the latest version of Internet Explorer will introduce some changes, and one of those changes is the lack of support for Windows Vista and XP.


When Internet Explorer 9 was released, it didn’t support Windows XP. Internet Explorer 10 will not have Vista support because Windows 7 is becoming the dominant operating system on the market. In addition, Windows 8 is on its way, so Microsoft is really trying to put an end on XP and Vista, and keep Windows 7 and Windows 8 as the dominant operating systems.

With the Windows 8 on its way, and the success with Windows 7, Microsoft is trying to take Windows XP and Vista off the market.

[via PC Mag]

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