Microsoft officially rolled out the Windows 7 version of Internet Explorer 10 a couple of days ago, so the Bing team worked very fast to release its very own flavor of the browser.
The company has just unveiled Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 with MSN and Bing, a so-called “enhanced version” of the new build that sets Bing as your primary search engine and makes MSN your home page.
Basically, using Bing as the default search engine and configuring MSN to be your home page isn’t such a difficult job, but it appears that some users prefer to install this version of the browser that packs both modifications by default.
Just like the standard version of IE10 for Windows 7, this build requires
Service Pack 1 and works on both x64 and x86 editions of the world’s number one operating system.
Download Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 with MSN and Bing from Microsoft