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I actually did HTML5test for checking new standard support, I know HTML5test is flawed also no where near to perfect, but tell me any other benchmark etc and I will test it on that benchmark. Score for me does not matter, if site renders fine then I am fine with it, even if it scores just 5 points.

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IE11 is quite fast with Web Workers (even in VM) as compare to IE10 desktop realtime..
IE11 - 8.4k ms (rounded off)
IE10 - 12.3k ms
On this benchmark
http://afshinm.github.io/50k/

Sunspider 0.9.1 was 98.5 ms, incredibly fast to be honest. This is for whom it matters, to me it does not.

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With IE11 in Build 9385, I noticed, IE11 is now passing "video.addTextTrack" in rng.io benchmark as well. So they are improving them in standard support perspective even till now. It is good to see.

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I wish the old guards at Microsoft would come to their senses add proper extension support. Devs can do it now, but they'll have to dig into C++ and undocumented apis to get around in IE.

Good things there are devs dedicated enough. I've been using AblockIE trial from mgtek and they've progress along greatly. AdblockIE is probably 2nd to ABP for firefox. Better than ABP for Chrome and Opera in term of features. One negative is that it's paid so not sure if that much people would be willing pay for that over built in TPL.

Ghostery just also released their addon for Ie10 and it's ok, not as fast as adblockie.

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[quote name='Ashleighhank' timestamp='1366554591' post='595650752']

you code and design now and then? I code for living.
IE still is pain in the butt. chrome and FF is easy to code.
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If you coded for a living, you would code for the broadest usability. IE isn't a pain in the butt to code for any more or less than anything else. Also, why re-invent the wheel for everything when there are plenty of tools available that take away all these pains that cost about as much as 10 hours of your labor?

With Microsoft implementing HTML5 + JavaScript in its core API, it won't be long before everyone else is left behind and if you code for firefox/chrome you're just ignoring a huge market segment.

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SPDY v3 showing in IE11 Build 9385
[img]http://i.imgur.com/Qv4VhAJ.png[/img]

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[quote name='Zlip792' timestamp='1367917804' post='595676300']
SPDY v3 showing in IE11 Build 9385
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Hey, whats the default IE TLS security settings in the beta you're using? Still 1.0 enabled with 1.1 and 1.2 disabled?

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[quote name='Zlip792' timestamp='1367917804' post='595676300']
SPDY v3 showing in IE11 Build 9385
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What score on ECMAScript test? http://test262.ecmascript.org/

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[quote name='Kaedrin' timestamp='1367926251' post='595676458']
Hey, whats the default IE TLS security settings in the beta you're using? Still 1.0 enabled with 1.1 and 1.2 disabled?
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Yes, same old. No change.

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[quote name='funkydude' timestamp='1367927306' post='595676488']
What score on ECMAScript test? [url="http://test262.ecmascript.org/"]http://test262.ecmascript.org/[/url]
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Only one failure, all other passed..
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[quote name='Zlip792' timestamp='1367933214' post='595676632']


Only one failure, all other passed..
[/quote]
8 fails in IE10.

Which one still remains?

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http://fremycompany.com/BG/2013/Internet-Explorer-11-9385-new-features-771/

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What I found in Windows 8.1 Preview:

 

SSL 3.0, TLS 1.0, 1.1, 1.2  are enabled by default.

Amazing CSS3 support, scoring 61% and passing 573 tests on CSS3test.com

 

Testing more little by little.

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Can you check if IE11 support pointer-event: none; on all html element? IE10 currently only support it on SVG canvas.

Check this page: http://robertnyman.com/css3/pointer-events/pointer-events.html

 

Sorry to bring back an old thread, but I just want to quote my own post and confirm the latest IE11 Release Preview now support pointer-event: none on all DOMs.

 

Yay! now my lightout script work nicely on it. :)

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