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Microsoft has released a corporate tool to allow businesses to block Internet Explorer 10 from being automatically installed. This points towards the browser being available for Windows 7 really soon.
Internet Explorer 10 is currently being used by a tiny 0.51 percent of users worldwide, according to new data from Net Applications; which shows IE 8 and 9 on top for November.
Microsoft has revealed more information on the features in Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7, and reveals that "Do Not Track" is the default setting from the program's first launch.
As part of its partnership with Atari with offering browser version of classic games, Microsoft teamed up with Hard Drives Northwest to make a limited amount of PC Atari 2600 case mods.
Microsoft has now said they plan to release an update for Flash for Windows 8 "shortly" which seems to be a change from the company's stance on an update on or near the October 26th launch date.
European Commissioner Joaquin Almunia said this weekend that Microsoft will work with the EU to resolve issues with installing rival web browsers on Windows RT devices.
A new patch for Apache has been created that is designed to override the "Do Not Track" setting if Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 8 visits an Apache-based web server.
Microsoft has admitted that the RTM version of Windows 8 doesn't have the latest update to Adobe's Flash player which closes some security loopholes and that it won't be updated until late October.
Microsoft has announced that it is working with the musical group The xx on a promotional website for the group's upcoming album that works with Internet Explorer 10 and Windows 8.
Microsoft has sent a statement to Neowin about how Internet Explorer 10 will run in the 64-bit and the 32-bit version of Windows 8, in both the desktop and "Modern" user interfaces.
Now Windows 8 is out the door, our attention turns to Internet Explorer 10 and when it will be made available for Windows 7 users. If we had to guess, no-one knows when this will eventually happen.
Microsoft has announced that it now supports Extended Validation (EV) code signing certificates for desktop programs for the SmartScreen feature in Windows 8, IE 9 and IE 10.
In a new blog post, Microsoft says it "respectfully" disagrees with Internet advertisers on Internet Explorer 10's set up that puts in the "Do Not Track" option.
Microsoft has revealed that its "Do Not Track" feature in Internet Explorer 10 will be set up in the "Express Settings” set up portion of Windows 8, but that users can shut down that setting.
Microsoft has posted up more info on its plans to support Adobe's Flash in the Metro version of IE 10 on Windows 8, including which features won't be allowed on the Metro build of IE 10.
A new video produced by the investment bank LUMA Partners slams Microsoft's "Do Not Track" feature in Internet Explorer 10, claiming it will cost thousands of jobs and even compares its fight to SOPA.
Microsoft has posted up a new blog entry that talks about how website designers can make their sites support different windows sizes in Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 8.
Microsoft has announced that websites running on HTML5 load 30 percent faster on Internet Explorer 10 when they are switched to running on Standards Mode, with load times improved on IE 9 as well.
A proposed draft from the World Wide Web Consortium may stop Microsoft's plans from putting in Do Not Track as the default for the upcoming Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 8.
Microsoft offers more information on how web browsing with Internet Explorer 10 works with Windows 8, including the changes that have been made for the Release Preview.
The Digital Advertising Alliance, a group of Internet ad agencies, have expressed concern on Microsoft's decision to put Do Not Track as the default feature in Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 8.
In a new blog post, Microsoft reveals more about the improvements that have been made in Internet Explorer 10 with the launch of the Windows 8 Consumer Preview.
The European Commission says that it will "remain vigilant" in making sure Microsoft complies with its 2009 agreement with the EU in terms of not blocking web browser competition.
In a new blog post, Microsoft talks about how much easier it will be to share links to web pages and other content via Internet Explorer 10 within the Windows 8 OS.
Mozilla is not happy that Microsoft is keeping all other web browsers, except for Internet Explorer 10, from running on PCs and tablets with Windows 8 ARM (WindowsRT) while in Windows Classic mode.
The latest post on the official Internet Explorer blog gives some hints to website makers on how they can make sure their sites work well with the touch-based IE 10 browser in Windows 8.
Microsoft has given a number of new details on the types of launch options that will be available in Windows 8 for people that use Internet Explorer 10 on Metro and the desktop UI.
Microsoft gets an early start in celebrating St. Patrick's Day by launching a new HTML5 web site, Irish Spring, designed for Internet Explorer 10
In the latest entry in the official Internet Explorer developer blog, Microsoft talks about Internet Explorer 10's new Enhanced Protected Mode, which keeps the user's data safe.
Microsoft's official Windows 8 blog site has posted a new development update, this time concentrating on the new Metro interface for the Internet Explorer 10 web browser.
In a new post on the Internet Explorer developer blog, Microsoft talks about the new and enhanced memory protections that have been put into Internet Explorer 10.
The official Internet Explorer developer blog reveals more about the new Web platforms features in IE 10 that have been included in the new Windows 8 Consumer Preview version.
Microsoft has revealed more information about the version of the Internet Explorer 10 web browser that is included in the just released Windows 8 Consumer Preview build.
In the latest Windows Store developer blog, Microsoft gives app developers ideas on how users can find their Windows Store apps via the web, including a web page listing and a new IE10 button.
What does the newly announced plan for automatic updates in Microsoft's Internet Explorer web browser mean for businesses who use the software? A new Microsoft blog posts attempts to explain it.
Microsoft has released the fourth iteration of its IE 10 platform preview. The download is now live on its site and it adds even more support for HTML5.
Microsoft's Windows 8 blog site gets yet another update, this time focusing on how the next version of the operating system handles web browsing via Internet Explorer 10.
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