4 June 2012

Last Thursday, Microsoft announced about IE10 and several new features About IE10 like better performance capabilities, as well as with support for touch-first HTML5, and with integrated Adobe Flash Player to the upcoming IE10, which will launch as part of Windows 8. 

                          IE10 No One Can Track you...

One of these features, which turns on “Do Not Track” by default.Microsoft explains on its blog that “In Windows 8, IE10 sends a “Do Not Track” signal to Web sites by default. Consumers can change this default setting if they choose.Windows customers an experience that is “private by default” in an era when so much user data is collected online. IE10 is the first browser to send a “Do Not Track” (DNT) signal by default.” With this signal, users of IE10 will be protected from websites that typically collect personal information throughout your use of the Internet to create personalized recommendations, shopping experiences, and even advertisements.Microsoft also focused on offering improved battery life while using Flash, and also focused on addressing some security and reliability issues with the plug-in. Any updates to the environment will be delivered through Windows Update.
The same Flash Player support for the Metro version of IE10 will be available both on x86/64 architectures, and on Windows RT PCs (Windows running on ARM processors). according to Microsoft CVP, Dean Hachamovitch "we think it is progress and that consumers will favor products designed with their privacy in mind over products that are designed primarily to gather their data."

With this new feature Microsoft try to get share in Internet browser market.Today Google Chrome is most used browser in the world.with its great and advance feature Can IE10 Change user choice for there default browser. If You like my post Share with Your friends.
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