Quote: Originally Posted by sygnus21
Quote: Originally Posted by chev65
A couple things I noticed that IE 10 can't do.
It will not allow me to update my routers firmware when using IE10 but IE9 still works for this. Obviously this is for security reasons but none the less we need to be able to do these things with our browsers.
Hmmm... haven't tried that one yet. Which router brand do you have? I've got a Linksys E3000. My firmware is currently updated to the latest version so I can't test this the update side.
Thanks for the info.
I'm using a D-link DIR-655 which is a standard Ethernet/wireless n router with excellent reviews.
My firmware is updated but I had to use another machine with IE9 and Windows 7 because apparently there is no way to do this with IE10, although I did try to bring down the security settings for this to work but to no avail, it may be possible to do so with more work.
I also can't use my router gateway settings .gws file to restore my routers settings in case it crashes, IE10 think's it's a script and therefore won't let me run it.
My worry is that if I updated all my other Windows 7 machines to IE10 I wouldn't be able to perform firmware updates on my router or access point or use the .gws file to restore the gateway settings.