Will utilize Firefox tag instead.
Now here is a set of good news for everyone but the user agent sniffers. Thanks to the recently leaked build of Windows Blue, it was revealed that Internet Explorer 11 will replace its “MSIE” user agent string with “IE”, instantly disabling all the CSS hacks that target Microsoft’s web browser.
Not only that but Internet Explorer 11 will also include “Like Gecko” command, instructing web sites to send it the same code version as it would to Firefox.
This is how the current user agent string looks like:
Mozilla/5.0 (IE 11.0; Windows NT 6.3; Trident/7.0; .NET4.0E; .NET4.0C; rv11.0) like Gecko
However, there is still a small probability that Microsoft could change it back in the final build of IE11 although that doesn’t look very likely.
On a side note, Internet Explorer’s 11 HTML5Test score is same as IE10 (320), at least for now.
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