chrome gives 468 with html5test by the time IE catches up it will be behind some other features.
so i will stick with chrome/firefox
Because the missing features are encounterd so much on the internet....
I code and design sites every now and then, after IE9 it became my default browser to code on. Because if designed on it, it would look great on all the 3 major browsers. While if i focus on Chrome or Fx, much too often the website will display like sh*t on IE but also on Fx (if done in chrome) and on Chrome if done on Fx. I'm sick and tired of the webkid- and mozilla prefixes i have to use. And found that with many CSS items, IE is the only one properly supporting it without using their own stupid implementations.
IE might be limited in HTML5 features, but the features it has, work like a charm and fully according to the W3 specifications.
The only major things i encounter using IE, is WebM and WebGL, both are not
And often developers still have the mindset of IE is like IE6. And thus the IE6-8 hacks are used on IE9-10 websites and it makes the website work like cr*p in IE.
IE10 even comes with its a new HTML5 'render' engine, which will attempt to use unfinished HTML5 features like Fx and Chrome do. you can even tell the browser with render version IE should use.