Windows 10 is currently still in the form of Technical Preview, and Microsoft has advised users that glitches and problems are to be expected. One of them is the slow performance of the default Internet Explorer browser.
Many early testers of Windows 10 have already complained that Internet Explorer is rather slow for them, as a couple of forum posts have surface recently. As a reminder, if you didn’t know, Windows 10 Technical Preview comes with the same Internet Explorer 11 version as in Windows 8.1, but it does sport some improvements.
Windows 10 users have used the Feedback app in Windows 10 TP build 9860 to complain about the existing Internet Explorer version. Here’s what one of them has been saying:
“Can’t say why. Page loading super slow. Even already visited pages opened in new tab”
Internet Explorer 12 is already in the works, so maybe once Windows 10 gets officially released, we’ll get the see the new Internet Explorer version along with the much needed speed an security improvements.