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Internet Explorer 10 - Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)


Table of Contents:

  1. What Is New in Internet Explorer 10
  2. Getting started with Internet Explorer 10
  3. Change Settings in Internet Explorer 10

This article provides information on frequently asked questions for Internet Explorer 10.


What Is New in Internet Explorer 10

Internet Explorer 10 is designed specifically to work with Windows 8 and Windows 8 RT. Here are some features that are new to IE10.

  • Two versions of Internet Explorer - In Windows 8, Internet Explorer is actually comprised of two different apps. One is available from the Start screen, the other is available from the Desktop View (Press the <Windows> key to access). The Windows app version of Internet Explorer is built for extended battery life and basic support of Internet content.
  • Adobe Flash Integration - The desktop version of Internet Explorer 10 fully supports Adobe Flash. The Windows app version of Internet Explorer has limited support for Flash to optimize battery life.
  • Addons and Extensions - The Windows app version of Internet Explorer 10 does not support addons and extensions, such as ActiveX. The desktop application version of IE10 does maintain support for these enhancements.

Getting Started with Internet Explorer 10

The following Microsoft articles will assist you in becoming familiar with Internet Explorer 10 and how it works with websites.


Change Settings in Internet Explorer 10

The following Microsoft articles will help you adjust Internet Explorer to meet your needs.





Article ID: SLN127927

Last Date Modified: 04/13/2016 03:59 AM


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