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Internet Explorer 10 puts you in control

In Internet Explorer 10, with Enhanced Protected Mode and updated support for web standards–including HTML5–administrators can control the browser experience, including how links and Internet Explorer tiles are opened.


Editor's note: More ways to protect and control with Internet Explorer 10

Internet Explorer 10 may be the reimagined browser for Windows 8 but it also comes with a host of administrative and security features for IT professionals to customize and manage the browsing experience.



Try Windows 8 with Internet Explorer 10

The Windows 8 Enterprise evaluation provides up to a 90-day evaluation to start planning for Windows 8 with Internet Explorer 10.


Download Internet Explorer Administration Kit 10 (IEAK 10)

The Internet Explorer Administration Kit (IEAK) simplifies the creation, deployment and management of customized Internet Explorer packages. The IEAK can be used to configure the out-of-box Internet Explorer experience or to manage user settings after Internet Explorer deployment.


Plan for Deployment

Checklist: Create, deploy, and manage a custom browser package

See how you can use Internet Explorer Administration Kit 10 to customize, deploy, and manage Internet Explorer 10.


Customization options for specific audiences

Explore the various ways you can use IEAK 10 to customize portions of the Setup program, the browser, and browser-related security settings.


Internet Explorer 10 and application compatibility

Migrating to a new operating system can pose certain unique challenges, especially with the need to support legacy web applications. Find guidance to help you create a strategy and plan to migrate your legacy applications to Internet Explorer 10.


Group Policy settings in Internet Explorer 10

Internet Explorer 10 provides nearly 1,500 Group Policy settings that IT pros can use to manage and control the web browser configuration. Explore the new Group Policy settings in Internet Explorer 10, and find out what has changed in Windows 8.

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