CIO Magazine shares an early evaluation of Internet Explorer 10:
Internet Explorer 10 – early evaluation of Consumer Preview version
QUOTE: If you like those big colorful tiles that distinguish the Windows 8 start page, you’re gonna love IE10. If you don’t, IE10 won’t mean much to you. I’ve been checking out an early version of Microsoft’s next browser, and like the operating system it will come with, it’s designed to work on touch screens, where you’ll swipe and touch, as well as more conventional desktop screens where you’ll point and click. The available version of IE10 is pretty early; Microsoft calls it a platform preview, and frankly much of it looks like IE9. It isn’t fair to expect it to function smoothly, but what we can see, along with a blog post about the browser by the Windows engineering team, tells us quite a bit.