IE 11 Release Preview Released

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#1

IE11 Release Preview for Windows 7: 30% Faster than Other Browsers and Even More Support for Web Standards.

Wednesday, September 18, 2013 10:38 AM

Internet Explorer 11 continues to provide the best Web experience that is fast, fluid and perfect for touch, across the full range of Windows devices and screen sizes. The IE11 Release Preview for Windows 7 is available for download today and includes performance improvements making it 30% faster than other browsers, updates to support the latest Web standards, and developer tools improvements in response to your feedback on the IE11 Developer Preview for Windows 7.


#2

I have IE 11 and Chrome’s latest build on this Windows 8.1 desktop (still with only 1GB RAM.) I use Google for over 99% of my web searches, Android for over 99% of my wireless and portable computing, but I still feel the UI and terminology of Google + and Chrome intrusive and unfriendly.

OS and browser developers should stop posting phrases like “30% faster” or “2x faster.” If all were true, the latest builds of OS and browsers would be 1000 times faster than MS-DOS and Windows 3.1-based Netscape by now.


#3

[QUOTE=Kenshin;2702854]I have IE 11 and Chrome’s latest build on this Windows 8.1 desktop (still with only 1GB RAM.) I use Google for over 99% of my web searches, Android for over 99% of my wireless and portable computing, but I still feel the UI and terminology of Google + and Chrome intrusive and unfriendly.

OS and browser developers should stop posting phrases like “30% faster” or “2x faster.” If all were true, the latest builds of OS and browsers would be 1000 times faster than MS-DOS and Windows 3.1-based Netscape by now.[/QUOTE]
So what are your ideas about IE11, do you like it?


#4

[QUOTE=alan1476;2702933]So what are your ideas about IE11, do you like it?[/QUOTE]

I don’t think it was my choice to like it or not. Windows 8.1 has only IE 11 and it was not allowed to have IE 10. Some Korean-language websites were not fully compatible with IE 11 a few months ago, so I had both Windows 7 (with IE 10) and Windows 8.1 (with IE 11.)