Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Fufu, Mar 14, 2013.
Who upgrade to IE 10 on Windows 7 or on Windows Server 2008 R2?
I did. But I haven't fired up Windows since then, so I have no idea what it looks like.
The speed improvement of IE10 on Windows 7 is significant. So far the browser is much more stable without periodic freezes as well. The built-in spell check is nice too. Highly recommend the upgrade.
Just for testing stuff.
That's pretty much all I use it for as well.
It's still showing up as IE9 on my win7 install is this an auto update? because i'm not being given the option or do i need to go elsewhere to install it?
It's an optional install option in Windows Update.
Nice i'm only just seeing it as I 've always kept my OS updated.
I've had this on my work machine for at least a week. I've moved back from Chrome to IE, for performance reasons. I tend to have about 8 or 9 tabs open across three Chrome windows, an IDE open, Excel, Keepass, Outlook and a few other things open at any time.
While she'll likely never use it... I installed it today on my sister's computer when I formated & re-installed windows 7 (she needed a re-install).
Built-in spell check?!
How long did that feature take to finally be implement?!
Understandable Shamil on the multiple instances running at one-time.
How does it preform/handle in the dynamic memory area?
Once one closes a tab, does IE dynamically recalculate the memory or does it still accumulate?
Nice to know we have to deal with very little to no hacks whatsoever with IE10. I especially liked that.
IE9 is a game changer, but IE10 was what really caught up.
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