Items tagged with Internet Explorer 10

You knew this day was coming; Microsoft has been warning about the impending doom for some of its legacy software for quite some time. But now that we’ve reached January 12th, 2016, it’s time to say goodbye to Internet Explorer 8, 9 and 10 in addition to the Windows 8 operating system. Actually, let us clarify that statement; you can still use the above mentioned software, but it would be foolish to do so. After today, Microsoft will no longer provide technical assistance or security updates for legacy versions of Internet Explorer and Windows 8. So when users of Windows 8.1 or Windows 10 are given... Read more...
Although Microsoft is keeping DirectX 11.1 exclusive to Windows 8, it’s planning to make the latest version of Internet Explorer available to Windows 7 users (as well as Window 8, of course). Microsoft recently opened the preview of IE 10 to the public. Still, many of the features in IE 10 are really geared towards Windows 8.  So what’s new in IE 10? Touch, for one thing. Microsoft designed the browser’s navigation controls for touch and even has them hide when not in use, clearing up your display. (IE 10 will support Windows RT as well as Windows 7 & 8). Other... Read more...
There's been a lot of hoopla surrounding Windows 8, especially now that the Release Preview version has gone official (after being leaked to the Web in China a day prior). Receiving less attention is Internet Explorer 10 -- the default browser in Windows 8 -- at least until Friday, when Microsoft posted a pair of blog posts exploring its next generation Web browser. One of the things you can look forward to is a power-optimized, touch-friendly Adobe Flash Player in IE10. The big concern with Adobe has always been security, and while its seems frightening that Adobe's code will be integrated into... Read more...