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Internet Explorer 10 (Standard 8 Module Reference)

7/8/2014

Review the settings, dependencies and any notes for the Internet Explorer 10 module in the Windows Embedded 8 Standard (Standard 8) module catalog.

This module provides a full web browser to allow users to enter a website address, select favorites, and so on. It includes IExplorer.exe and supporting DLLs. It does not include add-ons, such as Silverlight, that are sometimes used to enhance the Web browsing experience.

By using the Internet Explorer Administration kit (IEAK), you can configure the out-of-box Internet Explorer experience and manage user settings after deployment. For example, the administrator can lock down the browser to allow only certain sites or prepopulate trusted sites and favorites. For information about the IEAK, see Internet Explorer on TechNet.

Name

Internet Explorer 10

Category

User Applications

Supported Architecture

x86, x64

When you include this module in your image, any modules that are required are automatically added to your image. To add specific functionality, you can add optional modules.

Required Modules

Requires all of the following:

Simplified Chinese Fonts

Japanese Fonts

Korean Fonts

When you include this module in your image, any modules that are required are automatically added to your image. To add specific functionality, you can add optional modules.

Required Modules

Requires all of the following:

Simplified Chinese Fonts

Japanese Fonts

Korean Fonts

None defined.

To play HTML5 video, you must also include Microsoft DTV-DVD Video Decoder (MPEG-2, H.264) (license required) in your image and make sure that you have the appropriate licensing for it.

Accelerator

You can use the Action setting attribute to specify the action to take when you use the configuration file to create or modify an image. The following table shows the possible values.

Value

Description

AddListItem

Adds the item or items to an image.

ModifyListItem

Modifies the value or the item as specified in Key or Value in an image.

RemoveListItem

Removes the item or items in an image.

Scope

You can use the Action setting attribute to specify the action to take when you use the configuration file to create or modify an image. The following table shows the possible values.

Value

Description

AddListItem

Adds the item or items to an image.

ModifyListItem

Modifies the value or the item as specified in Key or Value in an image.

RemoveListItem

Removes the item or items in an image.

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