Many of us now browse the Web using different devices, switching between laptops, tablets and phones throughout the day. Today’s update to IE11 means that whatever device you pick up, your tabs and favorites will be there for you, right where you left off.
When you find an article you want to read, you can switch to Reading View by clicking the Reading View button in the address bar. To exit Reading View and continue browsing, tap or click the button in the address bar again.
Since modern.IE was launched last year, developers have “saved over 1 million hours testing for Internet Explorer,” writes Jason McConnell on the Exploring IE blog. “We launched modern.IE with the simple aim of helping Web developers test their sites with IE and are thrilled to find that the site has made a real impact after just one year.”
“Rethink,” a showcase of how Internet Explorer is helping to create a Web that is “fast, beautiful and perfect for touch,” was announced Wednesday. “Rethink is about where the Web has come from and where it can go with a modern browser like Internet Explorer,” writes Roger Capriotti, Internet Explorer marketing senior director, in a blog post.
At this very moment he and the elves are busy packing his sleigh, and starting at 11 p.m. PT Dec. 23, the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) and Microsoft will track Santa Claus on his journey – and you’re invited to follow it, writes Steve Lake on the Exploring IE blog.
As the IEBlog reports, the W3C Web Performance working group (together with Google, Mozilla, and other community leaders) has standardized the Navigation Timing, Resource Timing, User Timing and Performance Timeline interfaces to help you understand the performance of navigating, fetching resources and running scripts in your Web application.