Usually, this is caused by some add-on. Unless AVG is the only add-on you installed (use Tools>Manage Add-ons, that's IE 9 speak, I didn't install IE10 yet myself) it's anybody's guess which one is the culprit. And even if you have only AVG installed, it's anybody's guess if that really is the cause or there is some other none-add-on cause.
I have Windows 8, 64-bit, IE 10 (uses 32-bit) and am using the free version of AVG anti-virus. I noticed that IE will crash (IE has stopped working and needs to restart) on a daily basis. I am using an HP laptop G62-340US. Does anyone know if there is a compatibility issue? If not, what's the problem. I have IE set to update automatically. Thank you.