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Does Microsoft still have a link to download IE10 for Windows 7?

I can find it off of OldApps.com but not off of a Microsoft site.

My coworker needs it to test something, and doesn't have a VM readily available.

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    modern.ie
    – heavyd
    Nov 7, 2014 at 22:05
  • I read the licenses, and didn't think that the modern.ie VMs were free for corporate use
    – Hoppe
    Nov 7, 2014 at 22:07
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    IANAL, however the whole purpose of that site is to provide VMs for testing IE. I'm pretty sure the license means the VM OS is not to be used for commercial purposes, just for testing.
    – heavyd
    Nov 7, 2014 at 22:12
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    after you've been burned by the developer tools a couple times, you realize that they aren't worth it @DanHogan
    – Hoppe
    Nov 7, 2014 at 23:51
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Try these Microsoft offline installer links:

These may refuse to work if you already have IE 11 installed, though.

If it is refused, try this:

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/20043971/how-to-downgrade-from-internet-explorer-11-to-internet-explorer-10

And in case these links ever stop working and you must obtain a copy from a non-Microsoft source, here are the SHA-512 hashes for posterity:

  • 32-bit: d89ba3f9978be428ac05b182481198ab0f7b0c0651e4716e63cd0cf907d739cbc30f44ec9c444da683869473a548cd99e5c396467b2898f7c382b6345b3e70d2
  • 64-bit: f1752bb6517fe15071e5f7a4fee4b8680da1bdad1df7054ab22bab78fe0f46aee177787f60ea2cfc86a2db2b08429e2cba3cfdd20ba6a2ab69e091c7784dfdae
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  • Do you have a link to a landing page? not sure how you found these
    – Hoppe
    Nov 10, 2014 at 12:30
  • I searched for "internet explorer 10 offline installer" or something like that. I don't think MS really intends to make IE 10 available anymore, so they probably took down any landing pages.
    – jjlin
    Nov 10, 2014 at 18:12
  • The first link is for the Windows 7 32-bit edition, the second link for Windows 7 64-bit edition. I first thought the bit version refers to Internet Explorer.
    – Nick
    Aug 4, 2015 at 11:44
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    @Nick Actually, the bits do refer to IE. 32-bit Windows can only run 32-bit IE, but 64-bit Windows can run either (or even both at the same time).
    – jjlin
    Aug 4, 2015 at 17:09
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FWIW, there is an excellent Irish site (modern.ie) that has virtual machine (VM) images (VMWare and Virtual Box) with IE versions all the way back to IE6. Excellent for testers! https://www.modern.ie/en-us/virtualization-tools

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    +1 for insisting on the integrity of the country code system May 13, 2015 at 5:39
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    "an excellent Irish site" - brilliant! Sep 16, 2015 at 16:41

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