We just launched Internet Explorer 11 at Browserling! You can now cross-browser test your websites and web applications in IE11. IE 11 is available to all our paying customers. The free Browserling version offers IE 9.

Cross-browser testing in Internet Explorer 11

Try IE11 in Browserling now (if you've developer plan, else choose IE9 that is available for free to everyone):

New features in IE11:

  • Redesigned developer tools (via F12)
  • Support for WebGL
  • Enhanced scaling for high DPI screens
  • Prerender and prefetch.
  • SPDY v3 support on Windows 8.1 and newer.
  • Full Screen and Orientation APIs support.
  • CSS border image support.
  • JavaScript enhancements.
  • DOM mutation observers.
  • Web Cryptography API (WebCrypto).
  • Video text track support.
  • Encrypted media support.
  • Hardware-accelerated JPEG decoding.
  • Improved HTML editor.
  • HTML5 full screen.
  • HTML5 prerender.
  • HTML5 prefetch.
  • Closed captioning.
  • Adaptive bitrate streaming (Media Source Extensions).
  • Encrypted Media Extensions.
  • Transport Layer Security (TSL) v1.2 is the default protocol for secure connections.
  • A new user-agent string Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.3; Trident/7.0; rv:11.0) like Gecko.

Removed (deprecated) features:

  • IE11 has deprecated document.all. Code that checks for its presence will not detect it, but code that actually uses it will continue to work.
  • The attachEvent proprietary API has been removed.
  • Quick Tabs have been removed (CTRL+Q).
  • Work Offline command removed from File menu.
  • Drag and drop of selected content from IE to other programs like Word or WordPad has been removed.
  • Use large icons for command buttons has been removed.
  • Some Group Policy settings are no longer supported.
  • Ability to view all cookies at once via Developer Tools has been removed.
  • Ability to disable tabbed browsing has been removed.
  • autocomplete="off" for input type="password" has been removed.
  • RC4 cipher suite has been deprecated.

Happy cross-browser testing in Internet Explorer 11!