Remember last weekend, when the world was treated to a leak of an early Windows Blue build? Well, that certainly helped the masses get a better idea on what kind of direction does Microsoft want to take their desktop operating system too, and it certainly also lays down the other plans that the software giant has lined up for their default browser, Internet Explorer 11 . Among those features include tab syncing and a downloads list feature for the Modern version among others.
Not only that, it does seem as though there will be WebGL support in IE11 as well, where web developer Francois Remy wrote in his blog, “I didn’t get webgl working, even by trying using iesl, hlsl and other combinations. So, it seems like WebGL interfaces are defined but not functional at this time.” Well, it seems that the Microsoft IE team did insert some programming that will support WebGL, although full compatibility has yet to be implemented. Do you think that IE11 will be able to help Microsoft win back some of their browser market share?