I think the problem is many of you (Javik) never tried to figure out how to do a CSS gradient.
You need like FIVE or more CSS properties to ensure that a gradient renders itself.
This is A PAIN IN THE ASS.
Why the **** support any company which wants to make a web developer's life hard?
Sorry to be the spanner in the works but Chrome still has superior HTML5 support
HTML5 test is not a valid benchmark. It tests things which are out of spec.
AFAIK, it doesn't even test anything but just queries if the browser supports it.
That's an odd assertion because Chrome still burns through benchmarks like Peacekeeper with a score twice as high as that as IE attains, it still starts up faster, and the installation package is still nearly the same size for me (between 2010 and 2012 the download size increased by about 10 MB and that can be pretty much wholly accounted for by the inclusion of Flash and the HTML5 video decoder plugins), the binary and DLL's are pretty much the same size as ever before. The installation file for IE10 however was something like 48 MB, about 12 MB more than the Chrome installer.
Peacekeeper is not a valid benchmark. It tests things which are out of spec.