There have been a lot of reports of IE not working well with publishing hubs. I had trouble with it loading photos as well, and finally went to FF for all my HP work. I like it better, now that I've used it, anyway.
Use FF or Chrome. As far as I know there is no impact in SEO of using these over IE but surely FF or Chrome works better for HP when using for hubbing. Lets see what the experts say. I personally never heard of anything like the "relation of browser with SEO".
Some sites like sxc.hu (where I find most of the photos that illustrate my Hubs) don't play well with FF. Mostly, I use FF, but when it comes to sxc, I use IE. I've sent messages to sxc explaining what happens. They don't address the problem.
The universal common software based on a common standard still doesn't exist.
I haven't tried Chrome, but Firefox beats IE hands down. IE is just plain annyoing. Some types of videos just don't work in IE.
Firefox 3.6 will remember what web page you were looking at if your system goes down for some reason. Next time you start Firefox it goes to that page (usually without requiring you to sign in again)! I doubt if IE will do that.
Seems like many of us are abandoning IE in droves. Yay! Leave it to the corporate world who don't know any better.
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