I am on the Feeds page of Hubpages using Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 8 "RTM" (Release to Manufacturing) version.
See in my screen shot that Hubpages is saying that I am using an old version of Internet Explorer. In fact, I am using the newest one which is Internet Explorer 10 which will become commercially available before the year is out in 2012.
Hubpages need to update the code to detect for Internet Explorer 10.
I will send this to our engineers.
As Windows 8 is not yet available for sale, we do not yet officially support it, nor Internet Explorer 10 preview.
You may want to use the latest stable version of Firefox until Windows 8 and IE10 both go gold.
Our engineers deployed an update that should no longer show that message when using Internet Explorer 10.
I do not have access to a Windows 8 machine as of yet so was wondering if you could test to see if the fix was successful.
Thanks for bringing this to our attention!
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