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    Today, we’re excited to announce that Internet Explorer 11 Release Preview is now available for our customers using Windows 7! Building on IE10 , Internet Explorer 11 is faster and advances the web platform on the hundreds of millions of devices running Windows 7, bringing standards like WebGL coupled...
  • Blog Post: What do IE and Twinkies have in common?

    They’re both back and in heavy demand . But, there are some common misconceptions about both. It turns out Twinkies don’t really last forever , and if you haven’t met the new IE yet, it probably isn’t the same browser you remember. This got us thinking about other common misconceptions. IE is slow (...
  • Blog Post: Internet Explorer 10 Provides Safer Browsing

    Last month NSS Labs , an independent security research and testing organization, released its Browser Security Comparative Analysis that shows Internet Explorer 10 blocks more socially-engineered malware than any other browser on Windows with its SmartScreen and Application Reputation technologies. But...
  • Blog Post: Internet Explorer Reaches New Heights on the Web with Everest: Rivers of Ice

    Today in partnership with David Breashears and his non-profit, GlacierWorks, we are thrilled to announce Everest: Rivers of Ice . With help from the IE10 team, Microsoft Research and the developers at Pixel Lab , this project brings an immersive, multi-touch exploration platform to the web showcasing...
  • Blog Post: Building Internet Explorer 10: a Browser that is Perfect for Touch

    When you consider that browsing the web remains one of the most popular activities on a tablet , it’s surprising the experience isn’t better. People should expect more from the browsing experience on a tablet. Browsing speed has been important to web users, but with the emergence of new form...
  • Blog Post: Celebrating the Best of the Web with the Help of our Great Partners!

    On the IE team, we are humbled to have worked with a variety of partners to create beautiful, immersive experiences on the web like Atari , Contre Jour , Project Prometheus , Pulse , and viral videos like Child of the 90s . This year some of these efforts have been recognized for innovative work through...
  • Blog Post: Consumer Survey: 85% of Americans are concerned about their online privacy; far fewer take action

    At Microsoft, we take our responsibilities for protecting your privacy very seriously. It’s a priority across all our businesses, and an area where we continue to work closely with others throughout academia, government and industry. And while we don’t pretend to have all of the answers,...
  • Blog Post: Internet Explorer Partners with The Hunger Games to Spark a Catching Fire Revolution on the Web

    With the second film in the blockbuster The Hunger Games franchise, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire , set for release November 22, Internet Explorer has teamed up with Lionsgate to bring you The Hunger Games Explorer – the go-to destination and hub online for fans to get all the latest on The Hunger...
  • Blog Post: Bringing Touch Video Editing to the Web with Vyclone and Internet Explorer

    Today we are excited to announce a new web experience with social video editing start-up, Vyclone . Vyclone has a very popular mobile app that allows users to co-create, sync, and edit multiple views of a single shared moment – like a concert, sporting event, or birthday. With the new Vyclone web...
  • Blog Post: Internet Explorer 10 now available for more than 700M Windows customers

    Today we are excited to announce the availability of IE10 for Windows 7, bringing the most modern and high performing version of IE to over 700M Windows customers. IE10 delivers a 20% increase in real-world site performance over IE9 making IE10 the fastest modern browser on the market according to third...
  • Blog Post: Hold Your Own Heist: Robert Kirkman's Thief of Thieves Now Interactive Online through IE10

    A message from the Internet Explorer Developer Relations team… Today we’re excited to announce the online debut of Thief of Thieves: Experience , an interactive online game based on the comic book series from Robert Kirkman and Skybound, his imprint at Image Comics. The site is a showcase of the new...
  • Blog Post: Introducing modern.IE – Testing sites for Internet Explorer made easier

    Today we are introducing modern.IE , a free set of tools and resources designed to make it easier for developers to ensure their sites work beautifully across Internet Explorer as well as other modern browsers. As part of the modern.IE release, we’re excited to announce a special partnership with BrowserStack...
  • Blog Post: PMK Customs Gets a Web Makeover with Help from Internet Explorer

    Over the course of the past year , the IE team has brought creative, fun and immersive experiences to life online through the browser in an effort to show how cool and touch-friendly the web can be. Today we’re excited about a collaboration we have with PMK Customs to release their PMK Design Labs ,...
  • Blog Post: With Internet Explorer 10 - Pulse comes to the Web

    Today, we’re excited to share the award-winning news application, Pulse, is coming to the web. Check it out at http://www.pulse.me . Pulse started as a beautiful app which pulls content from thousands of news sources and blogs bringing together a customized view of your favorite content in one...
  • Blog Post: MIX11 Day 1 recap: Launching and Listening

    One down, two to go. Day 1 of MIX11 is in the books! And it was an exciting one for the Internet Explorer team. As you may have seen today , Dean Hachamovitch kicked off MIX11 by showcasing the power of Internet Explorer 9 and the native-feeling web applications it can drive on Windows 7. ( World’s Biggest...
  • Blog Post: Let’s help developers write cross-browser code. Announcing BuildNewGames.com.

    It’s a good year to be a developer. With the release of Internet Explorer 10 Platform Preview 5 for Windows 8 Consumer Preview, it’s never been easier to build sites that work well in all modern browsers. The web continues to evolve and IE10 PP5 supports 33 new HTML5 & CSS3 site-ready web standards...
  • Blog Post: Internet Explorer collaborates with musical artists The xx

    Over the past couple months, we’ve had pleasure of working on some amazing projects. Today, we’re excited to share with you one of our latest collaborations with musical artists The xx on their sophomore album release, titled Coexist. This is the only place you can listen to Coexist prior...
  • Blog Post: New Game 2011: HTML5 Gaming FTW

    Last week, the IE team co-sponsored the first ever New Game Conference, an event focused on building games using HTML5. The event brought together Mozilla, Google, Opera, and us, along with a few hundred developers, framework vendors and other members of the gaming community. It was an awesome conference...
  • Blog Post: Get 30% better site performance in IE10 with HTML5

    Over the past few months, we’ve been helping developers get their sites ready for Internet Explorer 10. Like web standards, browsers evolve , and our approach to the browser continues to evolve. With IE10, our work with developers is focused on writing HTML5 & CSS3 code that works reliably...
  • Blog Post: IE9: Leaping Forward on Windows 7

    Yesterday was an incredible day for us here at Microsoft and on the IE team.  Not only did we announce the availability of the Windows 8 Consumer Preview , we also introduced Platform Preview 5 of Internet Explorer 10.  As Dean Hachamovitch, Corporate Vice President of Internet Explorer engineering...
  • Blog Post: Internet Explorer 10 May Score Well with RoboHornet, but It’s Even Better for Web Browsing in the Real World

    Yesterday Google released its latest micro-benchmark, RoboHornet, in which Internet Explorer 10 scores rather well .  While we appreciate the gesture, members of our engineering team took a look at the benchmark and found that RoboHornet isn’t all that representative of the performance users might...
  • Blog Post: Atari Online: IE Brings Classic Games to the Web with HTML5 and Multi-touch

    Today we’re excited to unveil the Atari Arcade !   It was summer of 1972 when Atari released its first arcade game – Pong. It was revolutionary entertainment, launching Atari to quickly become the definitive gaming platform of its era, selling 30 million Atari 2600 consoles. Most modern, successful...
  • Blog Post: IE9 and Windows 7 unlocking Native HTML5 Experiences on the Web: IE10 PP1 now available

    Just four weeks after the release of Internet Explorer 9 , Dean Hachamovitch today announced the first platform preview of Internet Explorer 10 at MIX 2011. Today, the best experiences are native experiences; but the most important experiences continue to be the web sites we go to day in and out...
  • Blog Post: New MSN Preview Rebuilt for Touch, Shines on Internet Explorer 10

    Yesterday over on the MSN blog , they previewed an exciting new version of MSN. Now, users can have the news they rely on, but faster and with enhanced interactivity. The new site is everything a modern web experience should be and it absolutely comes to life with IE10.  IE10 offers a fast and fluid...
  • Blog Post: MIX11 Day 2 recap–Animal Style

    Day 2 at MIX11 was another memorable one – and for some people it may still be going. Let’s hope people saved some energy for Day 3! I know Team IE did. We still heard plenty of buzz and feedback from web devs throughout the day on the release of Internet Explorer 10 Platform Preview 1...