The Internet Explorer 11 Preview has been announced by Microsoft along with Windows 8.1 on the first day of its Build Conference. This next-generation browser edition has superb touch facilities; speedier page downloads and a browser with full integration.
Microsoft has officially released preview version of IE11 on Wednesday along with Windows 8.1 preview. The Internet Explorer 11 Preview has a host of features that are simply mind-blowing. The touch-based, GPU-facilitated performance allows for panning, zooming and swiping. What all this accomplishes is the offloading of images from the CPU. Microsoft seems to have borrowed the best from Apple. The procedures get into action via SkyDrive. These include the collectivization of open tabs, favorites, user names and passwords. The past record from PC to tablet to phone figures among the works.
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There is a capacity for handling over a hundred open tabs in the IE11. That many open tabs won’t affect battery life or the processor for that matter. That is due to an independent tab suspension facility. It is a pretty fast system too. Back-to-back browsing features among the list of facilities. Then there is a connection with Skype for single-click calling. Also present is a touch system for finding one’s way. The Windows 8.1 lets live sites be earmarked as tiles. There are hardware-influenced 3D web graphics. And finally we have a wireless HTML 5 video too. The Windows installments have been matched by the Internet Explorer updates. Currently, the sole method of obtaining IE11 is to get Windows 8.1 on your PC. The Explorer 11 gets ten out of ten on all its fine-tuned features. It is definitely the best experience so far.
The good thing about the IE11 is that any number of links can be opened up side by side. This new system has wiped off the old one off the map forever. The touch-based future of Microsoft lies wide open. Furthermore, live updates can be received. The coolest feature is that it accommodates WebGL. WebGL technology has evolved with the times.
All these nice and nifty features combine to pack quite a powerful punch. They lend the user a virtual smorgasbord of amenities. Most of the usable technology is super-interesting. It gives many other onlookers which include envious companies a run for their money. Change is the name of the game. Every year Microsoft comes up with a new version of its Windows Series and Internet Explorer Versions. This is only natural. In fact, it is a law of life. This time it is no different with the Windows 8.1 and the Explorer 11 having just arrived on the scene.