Mar 14, 2012 8:22 pm Three Ways Web Browsing Changes With IE10 in Windows 8
By Joseph Fieber
While Metro apps for both Mozilla Firefox
and Google Chrome
have been recently announced, users are getting a chance to actually use the Metro app for IE10 in the Windows 8 Consumer Preview
. Providing a full-screen browsing window and touch friendly controls, the desktop experience feels like using browsers on smartphones and tablets, even on a desktop or laptop, though less intuitive when using a mouse.
In the Building Windows 8 blog
on Tuesday, Rob Mauceri, group program manager for Internet Explorer, explains the changes to IE10 and how the Metro interface is different. The new additions can be broken down into these three categories.