The Internet Explorer 10 Release Preview for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 is now available. For all objectives, this means IE10 has been readied and small changes might occur from here on out.
Windows Vista users are unable to install Internet Explorer 10, and now it looks like Windows 7 RTM users won’t be able to either. Windows 7 users will need to have Service Pack 1 before they can install it, according to the Internet Explorer 10 Release Preview FAQs
Internet Explorer 10 also introduces a new feature called Flip Ahead that allows users to move through articles that span multiple pages as well as search results and other web pages with a “next page” or similar button. Additionally it also expands on Internet Explorer 9 functionality in regards to CSS3 support, hardware acceleration, and HTML5 support.