Microsoft ships IE10 for Windows 7(46 posts)
Everything works as before. All I'm seeing and using is a very fast and responsive browser. It seems to be as fast at fetching and rendering as Chrome but it's quite a bit smoother at scrolling. I'm using it...that should say enough.
Having played with it a bit more, the browser interface using the pinned sites icons have all the functionality as that from the normal IE icon.
Yeah, that's the 'traditional' version. The new version has a few really nifty features, but it also has some serious drawbacks - e.g. no Favorites in the traditional sense. If you are interested, I had made a video about the two IE versions in Windows 8. That was made in the early days of the Win8 CP but is still valid. See here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iqUDPIghnjA