Internet Explorer 11 has been integrated into Windows Phone 8.1, and versions for Windows 8.1 and Windows 7 have been updated to support the new features. There are also numerous integrations with Windows 8.1 Update 1.
Microsoft presented the new features in Windows Phone 8.1, pausing briefly on Internet Explorer 11. The browser will for the first time on smartphones, while versions for Windows 8.1 and Windows 7 will be updated to support the new features. The update will be released along with Windows 8.1 Update 1 and patches for Windows 7.
With this new release of the browser, Microsoft has unified user experience across all platforms. The user will not notice any difference by opening Internet Explorer 11 on your smartphone, tablet and computer, as the appearance of a web page will not change. Clearly, the number of tabs displayed and the size of the menu and character depend on the size of the device. By using the same account that you can synchronize contacts and bookmarks via OneDrive, then the navigation will continue from the point where it was stopped.
On Windows Phone 8.1, IE11 offers many features found on Windows 8.1. The user will have the ability to create live tile for websites on the Start screen and use the Reading Mode to view the articles on your smartphone like the pages of a digital book. The voice commands allow you to open a web site, whereas the InPrivate Browsing enables you to surf incognito, without leaving a trace. Finally, the new High Savings Mode reduces power consumption by up to 80% of the data, performing image compression and loading only the most important elements of the page.
The new version of IE11 for Windows 8.1 adapts the browsing experience based on the size of the device and the type of input. The browser will show a different number of cards and will change the font size; also allow you to control the display type (normal or full screen).
Microsoft has built-in Internet Explorer 11 for Windows 8.1 and Windows 7, a new method which ensures backward compatibility of corporate sites. Enterprise Mode can be used to open pages originally developed for Internet Explorer 8. To show the power of WebGL on IE11, the 'Redmond company has released a new version of its famous aquarium-benchmarks, now called FishGL .
Now let's see the most interesting new features of Internet Explorer 11:
With the release of Windows Phone, you can now add your favorite sites to the Start screen, and also enable the High Savings Mode to reduce data consumption by 60-80 percent.
The new Enterprise Mode enables greater compatibility with Internet Explorer 8, to allow companies to upgrade to Internet Explorer 11 while maintaining backward compatibility to sites developed for Internet Explorer 8 or earlier.
With 22tracks Microsoft aims to bring a new music experience, thanks to a reactive site that adapts to different types of screens, thereby adjusting the form and content.
Also interesting FishGL, with which you can turn around a bathtub full of fish.