No, it hasn't been that long since Internet Explorer 9 hit the streets, but Microsoft is already making a "platform preview" of its successor, IE10, available for early testing. The main changes to date are in rendering of various CSS components. [Microsoft via IEBlog]
Internet Explorer 10 Platform Preview Available For Download
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