Originally Posted by Samurai_Crow
You mean that IE10 only needs 40 megs more than is already hidden in the bloated Windows OS that it runs on. The browsers that come with an OS are usually not self-standing applications but depend on libraries that are specific to the OS and those libraries are considered part of the OS.
In Windows when a process loads a library, the memory used by the library counts against the process' memory consumption. Instead of "libraries," did you mean "servers"?