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IE10 and this site - problematical?

I have had some reports that the Microsoft Internet Explorer 10 browser doesn't work very with this site. One symptom is a slowing down of the site. Does anyone else experience the same thing?

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Re: IE10 and this site - problematical?

I upgraded IE 9 to 10 earlier this week (Win 7 64 bit) and haven't noticed any difference with this site. There has been the odd total failure - maybe 4 in a week - but that seems pretty random and not related to specific websites.

Hope this helps ... John
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Re: IE10 and this site - problematical?

Only one response - does that mean nobody else is using IE10 or IE10 users aren't having problems?

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Re: IE10 and this site - problematical?

Are most members using Firefox???
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Re: IE10 and this site - problematical?

According to our site stats:
  1. MS Internet Explorer 46 %
  2. Firefox 26.1 %
  3. Safari 11.5 %
  4. Google Chrome 312,335 9.4 %
  5. Opera 2.5 %
  6. Android browser (PDA/Phone browser) 1.9 %

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Re: IE10 and this site - problematical?

And also from our stats most IE users are still on IE6!
  • Msie 10.6 0 %
  • Msie 10.0 1.3 %
  • Msie 9.10 0 %
  • Msie 9.0 10.9 %
  • Msie 8.0 5.5 %
  • Msie 7.0 3.5 %
  • Msie 6.1 0 %
  • Msie 6.0 24.7 %

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Re: IE10 and this site - problematical?

I use mainly IE10.0.9 on Win 8 now, as unfortunately Firefox gives issues with some sites. Mind you, so does IE10, with others.

But it works fine on this site - no slow-down or anything.
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Re: IE10 and this site - problematical?

Am installing IE10 on one of our PCs now.

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Re: IE10 and this site - problematical?

Am using IE10.09 and all seems normal

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Re: IE10 and this site - problematical?

I usually use Firefox, but I just tried IE 10.09 (latest patches) on Windows 7 and it feels fine to me.
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