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Enabling experimental features make Edge’s HTML5 score jump over 400.

wp_ss_20150517_0004We last reported about Microsoft Edge’s HTML5 score improvement in the latest Windows 10 Mobile Build 10080. There has been good jump to attain a score of 389. We also shared a small tutorial on how to enable experimental features on Microsoft Edge and how it bring performance improvement.

So, we decided to put that to test and checked improved HML5 score of the Microsoft Edge after enabling experimental features. It does work and the HTML5 score of Microsoft Edge has crossed 400 for the very first time. As can be seen in the above screenshot its is 401. While it is still less than some of the close competitor browsers but good to see continuous improvements here.

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