Web browsing is the No. 1 thing people do on their Windows-based PC, and as such, they increasingly expect the same experience they associate with their PC applications from their favorite Web-based e-mail service, photo site or social network site. This kind of immersive experience does not occur on the Web today, and using a browser is often associated with limited performance and interactivity. Microsoft developed Internet Explorer to help change this.
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Internet Explorer 10 is the Most Energy Efficient Browser on Windows 8
June 5, 2013
On World Environment Day, we are proud to announce that Internet Explorer continues to be the most energy-efficient browser on Windows 8, according to the...
Internet Explorer Reaches New Heights on the Web with Everest: Rivers of Ice
May 28, 2013
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,...
Building Internet Explorer 10: a Browser that is Perfect for Touch
May 9, 2013
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...
Internet Explorer Brings New Web Experience to the Living Room with Xbox and DailyBurn
May 1, 2013
On the Internet Explorer team we love the web, and we’re always looking for ways to make it better. Today we’re excited to announce our partnership with...