Works fine for me. I have a listview I generate dynamically from XML and it looks great in IE10; not as bad as in <=IE9. Can you create a sample listview depicting the problem you described on jsfiddle.net and may be attach a screen shot to this thread?
And don't forget that IE10 for Win7 is still a Release Preview - not final yet!!
If there is something wrong with your car engine, do you show the mechanic a picture of your car (as if that is going to help), don't take your care in for him to examine, and then ask him what's wrong?
Do you call your doctor and say "doctor, it hurts", expect a diagnosis, but refuse to go in to see him or tell him where it hurts?
Using JQM with MVC Razor is anything but "plain and simple", based on the number of (usually unanswered) questions raised here about using this combination.
You probably need to seek advice from some forum where there is some MVC Razor expertise.
if you are not using the same environment, you cannot help.
Well, not really true. If you can explain your environment, then help can often be given.
However, you didn't even bother to tell us your environment. We had to drag it out of you, kicking and screaming. That took a month.
To go back to the broken car analogy, you called a mechanic and refused to tell him what kind of car you have, and got mad that he couldn't repair it over the phone. And you left out the most important part - it's electric. And, BTW, the mechanic is working for free.
There is nearly no MVC4 experience here, and that I've seen very few reports of MVC4 success with jQuery Mobile. If you are attempting to make this combination work together, I suggest you seek-out advice from MVC4 forums, where you will most likely just commiserate with others who find themselves in the same boat.
I think that what has happened here is that Microsoft stuck JQM in a package in a rushed way with inadequate documentation on how to make the two play well together. The same has happened with an IBM product (Worklight) and an Adobe product, with the result being that their customers come here expecting help.
Hopefully, they will clean-up their documentation to show how to make the products work together and explain the limitations. (Not that JQM documentation is anything great...)
Thanks @fadybeyhum, that resolves it. I asked the same question on StackOverflow and got a similar answer. Additionally, there is an ajax issue, unfortunately, so disabling it resolved some other issues but you lose the smooth page transitions. See this post for more information.