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- Internet, Web Browsers
- Windows Internet Explorer is a browser built for touch with larger tabs, simpler controls, and fluid response to gestures.
Windows Internet Explorer is a browser built for touch with larger tabs, simpler controls, and fluid response to gestures. It is developed by Microsoft for the Windows operating system and the most widely-used internet browser.
It enables its users to search the web directly from the address bar by entering a search term or URL to start browsing. Windows Internet Explorer brings the web to life with graphics, responsive gaming, and rich, app-like experiences. It provides its users a way to play games, catch up on their reading, watch videos, and browse the web.
Windows Internet Explorer can be accessed across all the Windows devices, including tablet, Windows Phone, and TV with an Xbox with an Xbox Live Gold subscription.
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