MS has released IE 10 – probably in the hope that it will win back folks who’ve migrated to Firefox and Chrome. Wanna bet?
Currently Firefox holds 20% and Chrome holds 17% of the browser market while IE (all editions) holds about 55%.
Since IE10 was tied to W8, it’s exposure has been limited (apart from the “preview”). Since W8 is only at 2.3%, MS is releasing IE 10 to try and compete independently from W8.
Download link: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/internet-explorer/download-ie
And watch out for the little check box “I would like Bing and MSN defaults”. You’ll have to uncheck that on the download page if you don’t want them.