A new Microsoft Internet Explorer 10 television advert wants you to reconnect with its broswer showcases some of the popular trends of the 1990s that tells you that IE has grown up over the years–“Internet Explorer is a child of the 90s, but we have done some serious growing up. Maybe IE was your first browser, but you haven’t used it in a while. We aren’t sure if pogs or trolls will make a comeback as well, but we do know a lot has changed with Internet Explorer,” Microsoft stated.
Adding, “You grew up. So did we. Reconnect with the new Internet Explorer.” “A lot of people are coming back to discover a new Internet Explorer – a browser that is fast, fluid and perfect for touch, which sets IE10 apart from other browsers. IE10 and Windows 8 together provide a new experience that offers the best of the Web and the best of apps on one device,” the company added.
In other news, the update to SkyDrive app for Windows and Windows RT now “showing you notifications on the live tile when you add new files to your SkyDrive.”
“Whenever you add new files to SkyDrive, the app tile shows you relevant details. If you add a document, you’ll see the document name, along with when it was added, and what folder it’s in. If you add photos, the tile gives you a nice view of those photos,” Microsoft explained.
Grab the update from Windows Store.
Microsoft and Nokia releases the beta of Nokia Drive+, turn-by-turn navigation app, available for free to all Windows Phone 8 customers in the United States, United Kingdom, and Canada.
“While the team fine tunes the customer experience, you can access full turn-by-turn voice-guided navigation, offline maps, speed limit warnings, and conveniences such as day and night modes,” nokia stated.
Download it from the Windows Phone Store.