Microsoft Windows 7 users can now use Internet Explorer 11, which till now was seen only in the latest Windows 8.1 operating system.

IE11 for Windows 7 is now available for download in 95 languages and comes with the same performance, security and stability improvement over the previous versions.

It has been reported that the "real world" websites load 9 percent faster in IE11, as compared to IE10, and 30 percent faster than other web browsers available in the market.

The engineering team has worked well to make every subsequent version of IE faster than its predecessor," told Roger Capriotti, senior director of marketing for Internet Explorer, to Mashable. "Everything from tapping into things like hardware acceleration - where the GPU is used to hardware-accelerate the browser - to making the fastest Javascript engine on the market."

A recent study has also revealed that IE11 blocks 92% malware and phishing attacks, while Google Chrome, Safari and Firefox where far behind by 71%, 37% and 35% respectively.

IE11 for Windows 7 supports webGL which will enable the developers to create much better visual websites. It also supports HTML5 drag-and-drop and device awareness. "The opportunities continue for HTML5 to make both Web sites and applications better," posted the MSDN blog. "As with IE11 on Windows 8.1, this release brings high performance HTML5 development to Windows 7."

The new browser is understood to be designed to speed up the web browsing, giving less impact on the CPU, which will also help browsing in mobile PCs. The browser also improves the Javascript performance along with ensured compatibility and security.

The users, who are already running the IE11 release preview, will get an automatic update in the next few upcoming weeks. Manual download is also possible from here.