I'm having some real problems using IE10. Sometimes I just get plain white pages, instead of websites. Sometimes IE10 seems to 'hang' and I have to close it. But I will try to concentrate on just one problem at a time, and the first one I'll pick is that I can't get Ebay to render correctly in IE10. It's difficult to describe how badly the page looks, but when I go to www.ebay.com, I get the ebay logo in the upper left corner, a few random lines and no other pictures or graphics. Ebay is completely unusable. I'd attach a screenshot or picture in a file, but I don't see a way to do that on this forum.
I've read everything I can on this forum (and others) about IE10 problems, and I've tried the following:
- Reloading IE10 completely
- Turning on and off hardware rendering vs software rendering under Tool | Internet options | Advanced, and rebooting
- Enabling and disabling tracking protection from Tools | Safety | Tracking protection and rebooting
- Clicking on the 'Compatibility mode' in the search/address bar near the top
But no matter what I try, the Ebay website looks the same way, and is unusable.
My computer is using IE10 10.0.9200.16540 on a Windows 7 64-bit machine. I'm running a PowerSpec PC, with an Intel I5-3330 CPU at 3 GHz with 8 GB memory. I'm using a NVidia 7950 GT display adapter operating a dual-monitor configuration.
Google Chrome 26.0.1410.64m seems to be rendering everything fine in any website to which I go, including eBay. I kind of liked using IE8, and I'd use IE10 if I could figure out how to get it to work. I've never had this type of problem with a web browser before, and I'm really puzzled. Please help.