It looks like there are some changes inside the Internet Explorer team.
According to the latest IEBlog post, Joe Belfiore will be replacing Dean Hachamovitch, the vice president for Internet Explorer, who will be joining a new team inside Microsoft.
If you haven’t heard about Joe Belfiore before, he’s a Microsoft veteran (been there over 20 years) and has contributed a lot, for example: Joe created the Windows 95 start menu, taskbar, is responsible for the Windows Phone / IE3-IE4 user experience and more.
Joe Belfiore acknowledged the report, saying that he is “still doing phone work, just adding IE & Windows UX as part of my next role focused on ‘phone/tablet/pc’.”
Nonetheless, looking at his contributions, we are pretty excited to see what’s next for IE.
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