Microsoft Makes Internet Explorer 11 Touch-Capable for a Mobile World
NEWS ANALYSIS: Microsoft Internet Explorer 11 Web browser has reached the market in preview mode and as expected the focus of its design is on touch control for mobile devices.Microsoft on June 26 rolled out a preview build of Internet Explorer 11, the latest iteration in the company’s venerable browser that is designed to go along with the newly released Windows 8.1 preview. What this essentially means is the programs are in beta and, therefore, shouldn’t be considered the final versions. Still, when Microsoft offers up preview builds to the public, it’s a clear sign that what’s available in that beta option will be very similar to the final release. Given that, it’s a good idea to think about Internet Explorer 11 now and consider the ways in which the operating system will interact with those who are using Windows 8.1. Internet Explorer 11 comes with a wide array of improvements, and for some, they might be enough to get them to once again think seriously about using Microsoft’s browser. Read on to find out what everyone should know about Internet Explorer 11 now that it’s available in preview mode.
1. It’ll be faster