This blog is closed as of 2/2015. @EricLaw left Microsoft in 2012, but was named an IE MVP in '13 & an IE userAgent ( in '14.

March, 2012

  • IEInternals

    Pushing the Web Forward with HTTP/308

    Recently, the IESG approved publication of a new Internet-Draft defining the HTTP/308 status code (Intended Status: Experimental). This status code is defined as the "Permanent" variant of the existing HTTP/307 status code. Recall that HTTP/307 was defined...
  • IEInternals

    Understanding Enhanced Protected Mode

    Last week, Andy Zeigler announced the introduction of Enhanced Protected Mode (EPM) over on the IEBlog. In today’s post, I’d like to provide further technical details about EPM to help security researchers, IT professionals, enthusiasts, and...
  • IEInternals

    Mind Your Parameters

    A recent blog post reminded me that I should blog about a bad pattern we saw a few months back while trying to fix some application compatibility bugs with IE10. It turns out that a lot of applications that want to invoke a webpage call ShellExecute without...
  • IEInternals

    Internet Explorer 10 Consumer Preview Minor Changes List

    Continuing on from last year’s IE9 Minor Changes list , this post describes minor changes you can find in Internet Explorer 10 in the Windows 8 Consumer Preview. There are many changes that I will not be covering, please do not mistake this for...
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