If you have been with Windows 8 since the day you could download the developer preview, you probably have been using the Metro version of Internet Explorer 10. If you’re like me, then you find it difficult to use and have switched to a different web browser that runs in the desktop user interface. I am currently typing...

Although Microsoft has released Internet Explorer 10 in two styles- the touch enabled Metro style and the common style found in all its predecessors, major browser vendors like Google and Mozilla are already releasing their products targeted towards Windows 8. Their sole purpose is to provide a browsing experience...