HTML5 Test: 426/555
281/555 312/555 316/555
CSS3 Test: 47%
40% 46% 51%
Acid 3 Test: 100%
The Xbox One browser used to be IE10, but is now Edge, as of November 12th 2015.
There's a cursor on the screen that glows blue when it's hovered over a link. Scrolling is much improved over the Xbox 360. You can scroll by going off the bottom edge of the screen (left analogue stick) or by panning down with the right analogue stick. On the screen, there's a little scrollbar
that can't be manipulated that can be manipulated as of Edge.
The keyboard has big touch areas. It has more helpers than the Xbox 360 browser like a dedicated .com button, but is otherwise very similar.
|Operating System||Windows Windows NT 10.0
|Screen Resolution||1324 x 745|
|Web Browser||Chrome 46.0.2486.0 (reports incorrectly)
|Browser Size||1236 x 701|
|Flash Version||Not Installed|
|User Agent||Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64; Xbox; Xbox One) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/46.0.2486.0 Safari/537.36 Edge/13.10586
Other input devices
- VG24/7: Xbox One: Internet Explorer team increased support for modern web standards by over 200% from Xbox 360
- Debugging Your HTML5 in Microsoft Edge for Xbox One