The current version of the Internet Explorer web browser is being offered to Windows 7 and Vista customers by Microsoft.
According to the technology giant, Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) is being made available to users via Windows Update.
Microsoft’s Roger Capriotti said: “On 18 April, a little over a month after the final release of IE9, we will be ready to start the rollout of IE9 to our Windows 7 and Windows Vista customers.
“We will offer IE9 to customers via a gradual rollout and expect the rollout to be largely complete by the end of June.
“Similar to our approach for IE8, we will use Windows Update to deliver IE9 to users. IE9 will not install automatically on machines. Users will have to agree to install IE9.”
Meanwhile, the company showcased the initial phase of Internet Explorer 10 during its MIX conference in Las Vegas.
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