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Thoughts about IE 10 on Windows 7 or 2008 R2?

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Fufu, Mar 14, 2013.

  1. Fufu

    Fufu Well-Known Member

    Who upgrade to IE 10 on Windows 7 or on Windows Server 2008 R2?
  2. Biker

    Biker Well-Known Member

    I did. But I haven't fired up Windows since then, so I have no idea what it looks like. :LOL:
  3. Phillip

    Phillip Active Member

    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.
  4. RoldanLT

    RoldanLT Well-Known Member

    I am :D
    Just for testing stuff.
  5. Biker

    Biker Well-Known Member

    That's pretty much all I use it for as well.
  6. Shelley

    Shelley Well-Known Member

    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?
  7. Biker

    Biker Well-Known Member

    It's an optional install option in Windows Update.
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  8. whynot

    whynot Well-Known Member

  9. Shelley

    Shelley Well-Known Member

    Nice i'm only just seeing it as I 've always kept my OS updated.
  10. Biker

    Biker Well-Known Member

    Released yesterday. :)
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  11. Shamil

    Shamil Well-Known Member

    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.
  12. Adam Howard

    Adam Howard Well-Known Member

    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).
  13. Fufu

    Fufu Well-Known Member

    Built-in spell check?! o_O
    How long did that feature take to finally be implement?! :ROFLMAO:
  14. Fufu

    Fufu Well-Known Member

    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?
  15. el canadiano

    el canadiano Active Member

    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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