Internet Explorer 10.0.9200.16521 RTM
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What's new in Internet Explorer Preview 4 2.10.8103.0:
- Web Worker Profiling:
- When profiling an application with the F12 developer tools, you will only see activity from web workers that were started after you began profiling. To work around this issue, make sure the profiler is started before the worker(s) you want to profile.
- Placing comments before the DOCTYPE declaration incorrectly puts IE10 into quirks mode.
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For those who would like to skip countless benchmarks, reviews, comparative tests and simply start browsing the web, Microsoft equipped Windows with its proprietary application, the well-known Internet Explorer.
Notable changes adopted by IE10If the previous versions struggled to keep up with web standards and many a time failed to deliver the best experience to their users, IE 10 is set to rectify that. From the get-go you will notice that the interface received little changes from the previous release.
Internet Explorer manages to perform better now, even with more tabs opened and this means that some code optimizations have been made under the hood for certain. Browsing speed is also ameliorated, like any benchmark will reveal.
Retrieved tabs and security improvementsAn innovation that was surely awaited for by the entire IE fanbase is the ability to restore the tabs from the last session. However, saving and managing sessions, which can be done by most of the other competitors, is something that remains, for the time being, on the wishlist.
In terms of security, Internet Explorer 10 offers a noticeably improved protection against phishing, through the SmartScreen Filter. Another plus that is worth mentioning is the new feature that allows users to add sites to the 'Start Screen' through the 'Tools' menu.
Final thoughtWith most of the modifications and improvements made to ensure a smoother and faster navigation, IE 10 gains a lot in performance compared to its predecessor. Nonetheless, Internet Explorer still can't really keep up with competitors such as Chrome or Firefox and even Opera, which surpass Microsoft's browser, especially because their development is much more accelerated.
Internet Explorer was reviewed by Olivian Puha, last updated on July 11th, 2014
Runs on: Windows 7 / 7 64 bit / 2008 R2
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