Microsoft today released the second platform preview of Internet Explorer 10, a tool that helps developers design Web sites to work with the upcoming browser.
The key features of the new platform preview, which Microsoft plans to update every 12 weeks, include improved support for HTML5, speedier performance, and better security. The idea behind rapidly releasing platform previews is to get quick feedback from developers and incorporate changes into the development process as the company moves toward releasing a beta version of its next browser.
Microsoft is also using the release to make a case for supporting its implementation of HTML5 specifications.
Site-ready HTML5: Second IE10 Platform Preview Available for Developers