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It's mentioned.

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Look at that beautiful ClearType font smoothing. Why can't IE10 for Windows 8 render fonts like that? :(

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The screenshots are from IE10 Desktop on Windows 8

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Wonder if there will be this same release gap with IE11. I wonder if they had to back port a good chunk of stuff to 7 which delayed this release of IE10.

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IE10 blocks Ads? I hadn't read that yet.

I also like having a browser "account" through Google for saving my bookmarks. It's the little things in life.

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Just installed it, thanks for the link :)

Though I was confused by the installer detailing it for win 6.something even though I'm using 7

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Just installed it, thanks for the link :)

Though I was confused by the installer detailing it for win 6.something even though I'm using 7

yeah, windows 7's kernel version is 6.1

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They stuck those ugly scroll bars in there... Completely inconsistent with 7

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I tried to install it twice and kept getting errors about IE4.inst or something. IE 10 would not even start.

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Are the memory leaks fixed??

Thank you, Tom

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To the adblock related questions, note that Ghostery has updated with an IE version: http://www.ghostery.com/download. I have not tested it with 10, but 9 seemed to work well on Win7.

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IE10 blocks Ads? I hadn't read that yet.

I also like having a browser "account" through Google for saving my bookmarks. It's the little things in life.

since IE8 I think...

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Has anyone got this to work with MDT 2012 or done any slipstreaming on this. I been trying all day but it never integrates from the cab files.

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Just a side note that the link in the OP now directs to the full installers. Also worth a note that Win 7 x64 and Win 2008's installer are the same file.

Downloading now... :D

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Thanks for the link. I'm still trying to decide if I want to upgrade or not.

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Thanks for the link. I'm still trying to decide if I want to upgrade or not.

its basically ie9 but faster, don't see why one wouldn't upgrade.

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To the adblock related questions, note that Ghostery has updated with an IE version: http://www.ghostery.com/download. I have not tested it with 10, but 9 seemed to work well on Win7.

Ghostery IE only supports Internet Explorer versions 7 through 9. Please visit our support website to download Ghostery for other browsers or for any other inquiry.

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If you have an AMD and or an Intel Graphics card , IE 10 will affect your fonts in Firefox. I gave up trying to install it.

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its basically ie9 but faster, don't see why one wouldn't upgrade.

Didn't I hear that it also brought some support for DX11.1 to Windows 7 too?

Not sure if that was just a rumour when the preview version arrived

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finally after i switched to chrome. thanks microsoft.

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are the scroll bars still ugly and out of place on win7?

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https://bugzilla.moz...g.cgi?id=812695

This is the bug Filed for the problem with Firefox.

My firefox doesn't seem to be affected, touch wood

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its basically ie9 but faster, don't see why one wouldn't upgrade.

I've tried it on Windows 8 and didn't care for it.

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