This blog is closed as of 2/2015. @EricLaw left Microsoft in 2012, but was named an IE MVP in '13 & an IE userAgent (http://useragents.ie) in '14.
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In the past, I’ve published “Minor changes” lists for IE9 and IE10 . The goal of those lists was to briefly document changes that might not be recorded elsewhere. This time around, I’m aiming to provide broader coverage of changes in IE11, including major new features and APIs...
24 Sep 2013
Braindump: ActiveX in Windows 8
Note: The “brain dump” series is akin to what the support.microsoft.com team calls “Fast Publish” articles—namely, things that are published quickly, without the usual level of polish, triple-checking, etc. I expect that these posts will contain errors, but I also expect...
26 Sep 2012
Debugging in IE10 on Windows 8
Emulating the “non-Desktop Experience” in the Desktop Experience The new full-screen “fast and fluid” experience of IE10 on Windows 8 offers many improvements over Internet Explorer 10 on the Desktop (ranging from UX to Security), but one thing it lacks is the F12 Developer...
5 Sep 2012
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 developers better understand how this feature works...
23 Mar 2012
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