Why Microsoft put 'compatibility view' icon next to refresh button in IE8?

The current design places Compatibility View (“page” icon) button, next to the Refresh button in the default layout in Internet Explorer 8, on sites that do not include the compatibility meta tag or HTTP header. The first two times a user is on a page with the button visible and refreshes the page, a notification balloon will pop […]
The current design places Compatibility View (“page” icon) button, next to the Refresh button in the default layout in Internet Explorer 8, on sites that do not include the compatibility meta tag or HTTP header. The first two times a user is on a page with the button visible and refreshes the page, a notification balloon will pop pointing to Compatibility View. “we knew that the majority of users will likely look to the Refresh button when they encounter a page that needs to be “fixed.” To take advantage of this natural tendency, we place the Compatibility View button next to the Refresh button – next to the most likely place a user will look when a page looks “off.” Additionally, to catch the small percentage of users who we expected to look in the Tools menu, we added a link there as well,” explained IE Blog.