Never content with simplicity, Microsoft will feature two different versions of Internet Explorer 10 with the release of Windows 8. Users can choose between using the 'metro' version, which is more streamlined and minimal, or 'desktop,' which looks similar to what most users are familiar with.
Windows 8 is still in beta, and is a radical change from the past few operating systems. Gone is the start button; it's being replaced by a start screen, that looks similar to the current Windows mobile OS. A release date has yet to be announced.