Mary Branscombe (marypcb) wrote,
Mary Branscombe

IE 10: it's gone a little quiet

The IE10 announcements have been a little understated, compared to IE9; I think that's partly because IE9 was a major step forward and IE10 is more incremental, IE9 had to make more of an impression - but I also think IE10 is powering so much of Windows 8 that until Microsoft is talking about Win8 it's hard to say much about IE10.

So I've not had so much to write about yet, but I am keen to see the beta...

What IE10 means for Microsoft and Windows 8
Hands on with IE10 platform preview 1
IE10 platform preview 2
Tags: articles, ie10, internet explorer, microsoft, techradar, writing

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