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WIndows 7 and IE 10

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Posted 22 March 2013 - 09:13 AM

Internet Explorer 10 is not only available now for Windows 7, it is being pushed through WIndows Update.  So far, not so good.  IE10 always comes up with "page cannot be displayed"....firefox and chrome run fine, and  there is no evidence of malware.  The only "fix" I've found is to uninstall the update (IE10).... IE9 comes back after restart and runs just fine.  Anyone else run into this?

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Posted 22 March 2013 - 01:01 PM



Keep getting update messages and downloaded IE10 and experienced several problems including messing up email and several programs. Uninstalled and reverted back to IE9. Looked for tutorials on problems associated with IE10 and could not find anything current.

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Posted 22 March 2013 - 03:40 PM

My general strategy when it comes to new versions of Microsoft products is to wait a LONG time before I install them. Every new Microsoft version that  have seen always has problems. Possibly the best bit is to stick with IE9 and wait until IE10 matures.

Yes, IE10 does show up in Microsoft update, but I dont' choose it to install.

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