Woah, hang on. Lets not get crazy now. At least try Chromiumo or Opera before going back to IE and stick with something that tries to embrace modern web standards as well as new proposed standards. Or Safari, as that is also based on Webkit. Or try webkit itself.
Please. Anything except IE. While the IE team is getting better, they are still holding back from widespread adoption of great new developments in web development.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google_Chromium - does not have the RLZ tracking enabled