What I find most interesting about the internet is that it is always changing and evolving, and always a step ahead of the public’s knowledge. So, I don’t really know. But, I sure am interested in seeing what the latest version of internet explorer will look like with windows 7 64 bit.
Windows 7 64 bit actually is going to be the ultimate version of IE. I’m no fan of IE 5 and 6 either. It’s bloated, buggy, and has a bad user interface. The latest version is going to be lighter, faster, and have better support for tablets.
This is a pretty sad statement. In fact, I’m afraid there’s a good chance that IE 11 could be the next big IE disaster, but for the sake of people who might actually use it, I’m going to say that it’s not a catastrophe. There’s a good chance that IE 11 will be a better version of IE 11 than IE 10 was, but I’m not going to put myself in that position.
IE 11 is a great browser, but its version is too bloated to be used on Windows 7 64-bit systems. The only reason Microsoft still allows it to run on Windows 7 is because Apple has released a version of Safari running on Windows 7 64-bit, and this has allowed Microsoft to release IE 11 on Windows 7 64-bit.
Microsoft has been working on a version of IE for Windows 7 64-bit and that has been slowly working its way up through various iterations of the Windows 7 platform. The last major release was IE 11, released in July. Its most serious flaw was the inability to handle certain extensions, which would cause IE to stop working and be unable to download and install other software. So, in order to fix it, Microsoft released a new version of IE 11, which fixed the issues with extension support.
It’s been a while since IE was last updated, but there are still some known issues. For example, the 64-bit version of IE doesn’t work correctly with some third-party plug-ins such as Adobe Flash or Silverlight. Another issue is the Windows Explorer toolbar, which is the part of the browser that displays a large list of files and folders, and which has gotten a lot of criticism lately from users.
Microsoft has been kind enough to release updates to IE 11, but we’re not sure if they’re fixing all the problems with the 64-bit version of IE.
We’re doing all of this now, and we’re glad to finally see that Microsoft is finally taking a stab at the Windows 8 Web site. It’s going to be a great day, and we will be talking about some of the best stories to come out of it this week.
The major issue has been the 64-bit version of the browser, which is basically IE 11 on a 64-bit machine. The fact that the 32-bit version of IE 11 still works on Windows 8 has been the biggest surprise. Users have been able to use IE without worrying about compatibility issues, which is great for those of us who don’t use IE.