How to run IE 10 64-bit from desktop classic Windows 8
Windows 8 is just around the corner, or at least its official release, since one can already be done with the RTM-and we are doing a series of posts on one of the products of this 2012.
Call to dethrone Windows 7 in the field of desktop operating systems, the novelty is that not only is focused on these. In fact, the focus is on mobile devices and for this a long time Microsoft introduced the Metro interface, which is usable by touch gestures.
However, many of us use the system rather than to enjoy content, and that is precisely the question of whether Windows 8 will succeed in both areas: those who only need to enjoy sailing and touch those who need something more “traditional”.
Fortunately Microsoft “has thought of everything”, and we can access the desktop version of the classic. Certain applications however not be accessible from the same, as is the case of 64-bit version of Internet Explorer 10. If we use the version of Windows 8 Metro will be running it, but if we will open the classic 32-bit version. Here’s how to fix it:
- Open the Windows classic desktop
- Access Internet Options
- Go to the Advanced tab
- Search the “Enhanced Protected Mode” and activate
- OK and restart your computer
We have access to Internet Explorer 10 in the version of 64-bit or 32-bit-of-a fully functional, although some supplements may fail, which hopefully will be resolved in the future.Tags: IE 10, Internet Explorer, Internet Explorer 10, meter, Windows 8