Internet Explorer 11 To Support Swiping

By | March 29, 2013 | 3 Comments


Internet Explorer 11 To Support Swiping

From Immersive to Desktop.

As more and more people get their hands on the recently leaked build of Windows 8 (codenamed Blue), Rafael Rivera from WithinWindows has discovered a neat hidden feature, which brings IE10 Immersive (aka Metro) swipe gesture to IE11 Desktop.

What is this swipe functionality all about? It’s simple: you can now swipe horizontally to move back and forth between your browsing history, which sure is a welcome change although we are not sure why would anyone use IE11 Dekstop on their touch PC or a Tablet. While it’s not enabled by default yet, head over to

HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\DesktopSwipe and set the Enabled value to 1.

[Via: WinSupersite]


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  • MacVities

    Of course IE11 will be a Windows8 only release, so die along with Windows8…..

  • IE User

    Awwsome!! This is great.

  • fontproblems

    IE 10 is fast but fonts sucks even with cleartype on, both IE 9 had it now IE 10 :(, does anybody know a fix ? win 7, 64 bit resolution 1920 1080