Daily Update, Oct. 9th – Internet Explorer 10 Brings You Interactive Multitouch Game “Contre Jour”

Two big stories today in The Official Microsoft Blog’s Daily Update:

After a busy summer with The Find, Pulse and Atari, Internet Explorer 10 today brings another well-known gaming experience to the Web in HTML5. The experience immerses users into a game rich with artistry and music, all while main character Petit – the one-eyed creature – seeks to save his love, The Rose. This world is "Contre Jour," which is now available to play online as an interactive multitouch experience on the Web with Internet Explorer 10. You can read more about it on the Exploring IE Blog. Check out the video below.

Also, Microsoft today announced that Windows Server 2012 Essentials has been released to manufacturing, and is now available for download and evaluation. The product will be generally available for purchase on Nov. 1, and we expect hardware partners to be shipping systems by the end of the year. The product has already generated strong customer response with over 23,000 downloads of the public beta in just two months. We encourage customers and partners to visit the Microsoft download center and experience the exciting new features and functionalities offered by Windows Server 2012 Essentials. The STB News Bytes Blog has the whole story.

Posted by Jeff Meisner
Editor, The Official Microsoft Blog

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