Most of this blog is not for the ordinary layman but it's still a fascinating look at how Microsoft has tried to improve IE for Windows 10. Here's an example that describes a new method in IE for faster performance when loading websites and apps.
Remember, this is just the preview build of IE in Windows 10. Microsoft is holding off on releasing the full version of Internet Explorer 12 until sometime in the future. In the meantime, what do you think about Microsoft's efforts to improve performance in IE via this preview build?
Source: IE blog (opens in new tab)
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By Jez Corden
I do use OneDrive, but it is horribly slow. I do actually prefer Outlook.com. IE is an absolute dog though...and Bing maps are very average!
Damn those Google people. They may track me relentlessly across the web, but they do have a good set of services.
use here drive,
use IE11 or FIREFOX... prefer help firefox, over that google shit!
outlook is secure and onedrive is not slow, and i am talikng in Brazil right now...