Monday, 4 August 2008

IE8 and Reliability

Developing technologies that work reliably on their own and as part of the computing ecosystem is core to our mission and is an important part of our commitment to Trustworthy Computing. Our customers and partners expect technologies and services they can depend on anytime, anywhere, and on any device. We focus on constant improvements to the dependability of our technologies and services.
For Internet Explorer, reliability means that the browser should always start quickly, perform well, connect to the Internet, and show Web sites without crashing or hanging. Most users want their browser to work, recover smoothly after a crash, and display the Web correctly. Users are not as concerned with what causes the problem, whether that be a poorly functioning add-on or poorly performing website. As part of our ongoing commitment to improve reliability, we have done a great deal of work in IE8 to make the browser more robust in all of these areas: performance, recovery and display. In particular I will discuss:Loosely-Coupled IE: An architectural feature that helps isolate different parts of the browser from each other for smoother browsing performance. Automatic Crash Recovery: A feature that is designed to get users back to browsing as quickly as possible after a crash. Windows Error Reporting: A way for our customers to provide us with information to improve the reliability of Internet Explorer.
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