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No more installing Flash — it’ll be pre-installed.
Revitalised Internet Explorer continues to gain users. Are you using Internet Explorer 9 or 10, read our tutorials!
The IE10 desktop version brings back functionality from Metro. Here are the key differences of the desktop browser, compared to the Metro browser.
How does the Metro Internet Explorer 10 compare to the desktop version? Here are the differences.
Microsoft announced that you will be able to decide what Internet Explorer version you want to use in Windows 8, either the Metro version or the Desktop version.
Microsoft says that Chrome is not more popular than Chrome and underlines that the Chrome figures are misleading
Microsoft shows off the HTML5 capabilities of the Internet Explorer 10 and the improved performance with a new advertisement: Internet Explorer: the browser you “loved to hate”
Microsoft explained the latest Internet Explorer 10 security features in a detailed blog post.
Microsoft significantly improved the performance and security in Internet Explorer 10 – here are all the details
Internet Explorer 10 is one of the best Microsoft’s browser, but if it’s slowing down you will learn how to speed up IE10 quite a bit below!
Windows 8 Metro Browser won’t run any plugins but you probably won’t be missing out on too much thanks to advances in HTML with HTML5.
Microsoft released a test build of Internet Explorer (IE) 10 that works only on Windows 8, adding more support for HTML5.
Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 8 will have a built in spell checker for fast and accurate typing.
Microsoft unveiled that there will be two Internet Explorer 10 versions. One full desktop version and one Metro app for Windows 8 that includes no plugins at all and will be 100% flash free with a great focus on HTML5.
Microsoft has released the second test version of their upcoming IE10 browser, officially known as the Internet Explorer 10 Platform Review 2. It is the same engine that was used during Microsoft’s first Windows 8 demo.