Internet Explorer 11 arrived for Windows 7 last week, it is not only serves as the default browser, but also powers some of the new-style apps in Windows 8.1.
It is available globally in 95 languages. Announcing the release on a blog post, the Redmond giant emphasizes the speed improvements in IE11, Microsoft calls it 30 percent faster than competing Windows 7 browsers for loading and rendering real world Web sites.
IE11 includes support for the well-defined and commonly used features of the emerging ECMAScript 6 standard including let, const, Map, Set, and WeakMap, as well as __proto__ for improved interoperability.
“It’s about making the Web better for everyone, not just IE,” said Roger Capriotti, Microsoft’s Internet Explorer marketing director. IE 11 on Windows 7 includes many under-the-hood improvements that Microsoft hopes will make IE a compelling platform to write code on.
You can download your IE11 through this link. http://windows.microsoft.com/en-in/internet-explorer/ie-11-worldwide-languages