Microsoft’s ‘Internet Explorer 10’ finally arrives, but not in the way you think

Microsoft has finally delivered the “Internet Explorer 11” for Windows 10, and it’s got a new name.

The company has revealed the “IE10” for its upcoming Windows 10 Mobile operating system, and as such, it’s the first iteration of its browser for the platform.

The browser was introduced alongside the company’s Windows 10 upgrade on July 21.

It’s designed to work across a range of devices, including phones, tablets, and desktops, and Microsoft has said that it will be available “in a future update.”

In a blog post, Microsoft said that the IE10 browser will “provide a consistent, easy-to-use experience across devices.”

The IE10 release has been under the radar for months, with little public information about it.

The “IE” in IE10 stands for “Internet” and is also used to indicate an unsupported version of the browser.

It is not a common term in the browser community, though.

The new browser will be supported in “more than 50 languages,” Microsoft said.

Microsoft has also announced that the new IE10 “is designed to run on more than 50 percent of Windows 10 PCs.”

While it will likely not be supported by everyone, the new browser should help the Windows 10 team with some of its ongoing efforts to improve the platform for the future.

“The IE10 preview will help us understand what users want and need when using Windows 10 on their devices, and make IE10 a better, more secure and consistent experience for all,” said Alex Dennison, Microsoft’s director of Windows and Devices, in a statement.