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The short answer is - Chrome conforms to web standards better than IE. It looks like your dashboard size is Automatic. If you build fixed width dashboards it will be more consistent (and yes, I know the argument for fixed width vs automatic)
The long answer is ....
Windows 7 ? OUCH !
Google says ..... "Microsoft ended mainstream support for Windows 7 on January 13, 2015, but extended support won't end until January 14, 2020"
So I'd be migrating OFF Windows 7 VERY FAST !!
There's no way to make IE work properly/better than what it's doing now.
The dashboard is actually fixed width - which only makes this all the more confusing.
That said, never really thought of Windows 7 / IE as being to blame here. That is certainly a plausible explanation. I'm only on Windows 7 because my company hasn't migrated to Windows 10! Sounds like my company will have to upgrade us soon if Microsoft ends mainstream support a year from now.
Anyways, glad I'll have a solution at some point in the near future. And good to know that Chrome is more representative than IE of what Windows 10 will end up displaying like, so I'll keep using Chrome as my base. Thanks for the help, Chris.