In addition to new features like improved search and a new tabbed browsing experience, the IE10 update brings a number of other improvements, too.

    For example, the latest update also brings a new setting that lets you block a specific website from using your computer.

    This new option can be turned on or off, and you can also configure what information the browser will try to cache when it finds a certain website.

    The update is available for everyone, but we’re not exactly sure how many users will see it before it’s available for download.

    We can’t guarantee that we’ll see it as it’s rolled out, but it’s not exactly a surprise.

    We’re not quite sure how much of a difference it will make to some people who may not have previously enabled it.


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