Internet Explorer 10 Screenshots And Video

By | June 2, 2011

Internet Explorer 10 Screenshots And Video

In the recent Windows 8 reveal video, Microsoft has also offered a sneak peak at the upcoming Internet Explorer 10 web browser.

According to Jensen Harris, director of program management at Microsoft, just like in Windows Phone 7, IE10 includes a touch optimized UI which will drastically improve user experience on the touch screen supported devices.

Internet Explorer 10 Screenshots And Video

Internet Explorer 10 Screenshots And Video

Although not much is known about Microsoft’s next generation web browser, it’s already confirmed that IE10 will use the very same rendering engine on desktop PC’s, cell phones and tablets, enabling a variety of users to enjoy improved web standards support and hardware acceleration.

[Thanks, Ichan]

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  1. greg. says:

    I dont want to touch what if im eating pizza? i like my mouse

  2. greg. says:

    I dont want to touch what if im eating pizza? i like my mouse

  3. Opera & IE fanboy says:

    Completely different!!! We want to wait  & see how it is panning out in the market.

  4. Maxim says:

    I like how they made those visual tabs and totally didn’t steal that! Microsoft and IE innovating!

    Wait a minute…

    • Anonymous says:

      I’m sorry but mobile browsers had that for a long time. And even if it is a blatant copy it can only be good for the consumer. Opera invented tabs. No it didnt.

      • Qa says:

        Can you name a mobile browser except for Opera that has visual tabs for more than, say, two years? I can’t. Also, don’t forget that Opera has often been rebranded. 
        But, this is not the point. You’re right: this can only be good for the consumer. It’s a pity for Opera that MS is likely to sell this feature better, but hey, that’s life.

        • Anonymous says:

          couple of months = long time in the tech world.

          I think it was some blackberry or android device.

  5. Opera & IE fanboy says:

    This IE 10 UI looks like the one they are planning for next Windows Phone update, by keeping the address bar below.

  6. Pseudo555 says:

    It looks like opera in the 1st video…

  7. DWBH says:

    Problem with IE is once you reinstall windows, if you have an older PC then have older version of IE (like say IE 7), must need to update all security fixes to IE 7 and then go to next version (IE 8) and security fixes and then go next.

    IE y u no give us a portable version ? 

  8. DeoDomuique says:

    I suggest you to read a very good article from ComputerWorld about… We don’t have to worry for anything.