Windows 8 presents two browsing experiences: a new Internet Explorer optimized for Windows 8 touch devices and the familiar browsing experience of Internet Explorer for the desktop.
Panning for scrollable regions, double-tap and pinch zooming, touch selection, and press-and-hold context menus are all part of built-in touch support that can enhance site interactivity. Try using the new Pointer and Gesture events that support multiple input types, including keyboard, pen, and mouse.
A new set of tools to help you support modern and older versions of Internet Explorer.
Put your site's tile right next to apps on the Windows 8 Start Screen in minutes.
APIs from earlier versions of Internet Explorer and archived content.
A community-driven site for web developer documentation.
Microsoft prototypes of early specifications from web standards bodies such as W3C.
See the latest code demos with web standards and performance benchmarks.
Insights on building Internet Explorer, by the Internet Explorer engineering team.
Experience the new Internet Explorer that is fast, fluid, and perfect for touch.