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Edge and Internet Explorer 11

Edge and Internet Explorer 11

2 years ago
Are you an IT Pro, exploring Windows 10 in your organization? Check out this course, and find out how some of the best and most important features of Windows 10 can help your enterprise and your users. And see how they may offer future supportability. Join the experts for a practical look at new features […]
Step-By-Step: Enabling browser extensions in Edge

Step-By-Step: Enabling browser extensions in Edge

2 years ago
Personalize and add new features to Microsoft Edge with extensions. Starting with build 14291 for the Windows 10 Insider Preview (insider.windows.com), a selection of extensions is now available for Microsoft Edge. When fully released to mainstream builds of Windows 10, extensions will be available via the Windows Store. Until that time, you can help us […]
Microsoft Edge Experiment: Battery Life

Microsoft Edge Experiment: Battery Life

2 years ago
What happens when three identical devices run on different browsers? The Microsoft Edge team wanted to find out. This experiment showed that battery life on a PC running Microsoft Edge lasts 70% longer than Chrome, 43% longer than Firefox Firefox, and 17% longer than Opera (with Battery Saver enabled).

The Ops Team #010 – “Ghost Pepper Shots”

2 years ago
The Ops Team is a weekly show where 4 Technical Evangelists specializing in IT Operations get together to give you the deets on their 4 areas of expertise: Microsoft Azure/Cloud, On-premises datacenter technologies, Enterprise Mobility / Windows and DevOps.  This week on The Ops Team, Matt, Simon, Rick and Oguz make it into the studio, but so […]

(Part 3) Windows 10 and App Compat: How do I get to the Edge?

2 years ago
In part 3 of their Windows 10 and App Compatibility series, Kevin Remde and "The App Compat Guy" Chris Jackson discuss the enigma that is the Edge web browser found in Windows 10. Why is it here, Why do we need a new browser and more importantly, will it work with my web applications? [1:32] […]

(Part 2) Windows 10 and App Compat: How do I get to IE11?

2 years ago
Kevin Remde and "The App Compat Guy" Chris Jackson are back for part 2 in their Windows 10 and App Compatibility series and in today’s episode they discuss Internet Explorer and what to do about compatibility concerns for your web applications. [1:10] I know we have the Edge browser in Windows 10 (and we’ll talk […]
Defrag Tools #127 – Internet Explorer F12 Developer Tools – Part 2

Defrag Tools #127 – Internet Explorer F12 Developer Tools – Part 2

3 years ago
In this episode of Defrag Tools, David Stephens joins Andrew Richards to discuss the IE F12 Console, including some of the new features available in the Windows 10 Tech Preview. Resources: Using the F12 Developer Tools Timeline: [00:00] HP Stream 7 – $79 inc. $25 Windows Store Gift card[02:37] Intro – David Stephens[03:30] Command Line API — $, $$, […]
Defrag Tools #126 – Internet Explorer F12 Developer Tools – Part 1

Defrag Tools #126 – Internet Explorer F12 Developer Tools – Part 1

3 years ago
In this episode of Defrag Tools, Andy Sterland joins Chad Beeder to discuss the IE F12 Developer Tools, including some of the new features available in the Windows 10 Tech Preview. Resources: Using the F12 Developer Tools Timeline: [00:00] Intro – Andy Sterland[01:00] DOM Explorer (with pretty printing)[03:37] Just My Code – never debug 3rd party code[11:05] Tracepoints (instrument code without […]
Ping 219: Unreal Tournament 2014, OneNote, Buckets of ice, Geometry Wars, Hyperlapse, and Ask IE Anything

Ping 219: Unreal Tournament 2014, OneNote, Buckets of ice, Geometry Wars, Hyperlapse, and Ask IE Anything

4 years ago
Hey everybody! Joey and I reminisce about the good ole days after reading some of your comments from last week.  And then we bring back the old school cool! [07:44] Unreal Tournament 2014 Pre-Alpha Available For Download [09:56] OneNote Enhancements [11:35] The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge with Satya and Bill [14:15] Geometry Wars 3 announced […]
HTML5 logging – JavaScript Tutorial for Beginners

HTML5 logging – JavaScript Tutorial for Beginners

4 years ago
How to log information to the application UI layer in JavaScript. This way you don’t have to look at the browser’s console. To log complex data types to the user interface, you’ll need to parse your objects, or call the toString class method of the instance you wish to log. Of course, you can also […]
console.log() – JavaScript Tutorial for Beginners

console.log() – JavaScript Tutorial for Beginners

4 years ago
Logging information in JavaScript is very handy. It allows you to send data directly to the browser’s console, so that you can trace the execution path of your script, test data in your application, as well as just simply record events as your web app runs. The console object has a function log, which takes […]
Parsing Cookie Values – JavaScript Tutorial for Beginners

Parsing Cookie Values – JavaScript Tutorial for Beginners

5 years ago
How do you read JavaScript cookies? The way to get the value of an existing cookie in JavaScript is really easy. Simply read the cookie property of the global document object. Since all cookie key-value pairs are contained in the same string, you will need to parse the string manually in order to get a […]