Closely following the launch of the Internet Explorer 9, Microsoft has now come up with an early preview of its forthcoming Internet Explorer 10.
Dean Hachamovitch, the Vice President of Internet Explorer, Microsoft Corp. showcased the preview of the 10th generation IE at a Mix Developer Conference in Las Vegas.
Hanchamovitch wrote in a blog (opens in new tab), “We built IE9 from the ground up for HTML5 and for Windows to deliver the most native HTML5 experience and the best web experience on Windows”.
According to reports, the new version will feature the HTML 5 capabilities of the earlier IE 9, allowing users to have a smooth browsing experience coming from the closely collaborated output of the browser and the operating system.
Dean added, “IE10 continues on IE9’s path, directly using what Windows provides and avoiding abstractions, layers, and libraries that slow down your site and your experience”.
Microsoft, however, is yet to formally announce the release date for its IE 10 browser. It is believed that the tech giant from Redmond, Washington is unlikely to make any delay in the process, especially not at a time when Mozilla and Google, two of its main rivals, are going to come up with the updated versions of their browsers in a couple of months.