Important: The Internet Explorer 11 desktop application is retired and out of support as of June 15, 2022 for certain versions of Windows 10.
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The Internet Explorer 11 desktop application will progressively redirect to the faster, more secure Microsoft Edge browser, and will ultimately be disabled via Windows Update. Disable IE today.
About the WebDriver tool
WebDriver enables developers to create automated tests that simulate users interacting with webpages and then report back results in Internet Explorer 11. WebDriver can also manage testing across multiple windows, tabs, and webpages in a single session.
Download the WebDriver tool
To download the WebDriver capabilities, go to the following Microsoft website:
The following list contains the updates to the WebDriver support based on the feedback from the Internet Explorer Developer Channel:
Removes redundant top-level JSON objects for commands and responses.
Updates functionality for the SendKeys command.
Improves experience when you detach WebDriver from Internet Explorer.
Reliability improvements when you switch tabs and send commands to different windows and tabs.
For more information, go to the following MSDN websites: