In Windows 8, IE10 has a desktop version and a metro/modern version, and the desktop version differs from the previous IE9 in the interface and experience, just faster, more secure, and more support for HTML5 standards. And the metro version of the IE10 completely overturned the previous interface, to bring users an immersion, borderless experience, and for touch operation optimization, support multi-touch.
Metro Edition IE10 is more convenient for users of touch-screen devices such as tablet machines. Said so much, cut to the chase, if the use of Windows 8 suddenly found that the metro version of IE10 did not have to do? How do you get it back?
Microsoft TechNet explains that this is typically due to IE10 not being set as the default browser, as long as the default browser is set in the Internet option or in the default program settings, IE10 can be resolved. Operations in Internet Options here's how to do this in the default program settings:
In the Windows 8 Start screen, enter "Default" and the Start screen will search for applications, settings, files, and so on, and in the search results application, include default Programs (default program), You can select Internet Explorer and set it to default.