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Old March 15, 2013, 01:15 PM
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Well users have been installing IE10 at work and then opening tickets saying none of their business applications work. Gee really? We would of deployed it if it was properly tested and verified to work

That being said, we haven't even migrated to IE9 at work either for the same reason. There so many internal websites and external sites that we use for day-to-day business that simply don't work in anything above IE8.

But yeah, for home users, IE10 is definitely the way to go. It'll help push the web to more HTML5 content finally. Granted I'll still use Chrome over it any day, but when I do use it in Windows 8, I've had no issues.
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