The Windows Internet Explorer Testing Center is a place Where you can verify Internet Explorer 9’s performance, standard support and other information against browsers.

One of the three key elements to a healthy standard is a comprehensive test suite. Without a rich set of tests that align with normative statements in a specification, the proposed standard is just a document on a website. Any browser can claim to support some or all of a specification but there’s no way to know whether each browser will render the same markup consistently. Web developers have told us that by seeing the test results, chapter-by-chapter, spec-by-spec, it enables them to spend their valuable time building rich web experiences for their customers.
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