Leaked Windows 8 Beta Screenshots Reveal Internet Explorer 10

By | February 6, 2012 | 6 Comments


Windows 8 Beta Screenshots

Windows 8 Beta Candidate Build 8220.

With the upcoming Windows 8 Beta release (set for February), a leak from PCBeta has revealed some of the interesting features and changes.

Now, we won’t go too deeply into the Windows 8 itself, which no longer has the start menu orb and now includes a Ribbon like Windows Explorer, but looking at the screenshots below, you can see at least one new Internet Explorer 10 feature, which is:

Leaked Windows 8 Beta Screenshots Reveal Internet Explorer 10

When viewing the “About” window, IE10 now has an option to enable/disable auto updates.

Leaked Windows 8 Beta Screenshots Reveal Internet Explorer 10

Overall, it looks like the UI is yet to be updated for the desktop version of Internet Explorer 10.

[Via: PCBeta]


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  • Žilvinas

    Looks ugly
     

    • Saex Conroy

       looks the same

      unless they introduce proper addons, it will still be a piece of crap for me

  • Anonymous

    God, the toolbar or navigation bar, just looks… bad.

    • http://hector-macias.blogspot.com Hector Macias Ayala

      I dont see no toolbar and navigation bar looks the same as IE9.

  • Toooo looooonnng

    Awesome!

  • 1234– FF UX IS THE BEST!!

    Ohh… thts a really tiny change if you talk about browsers tht update itself after one year.. got to be different!