Microsoft Edge on Windows 10 Scores Perfect 100% HTML5 Accessibility Score
Microsoft’s new Chromium-powered Edge browser on Windows 10 has achieved a perfect 100% HTML5 accessibility score, a huge improvement versus the 56% score obtained by Internet Explorer 11 on the company’s latest operating system.
“We’ve been hard at work improving accessibility support, with features like UI Automation and more accessible controls. With these updates, we’re proud to share that the new Microsoft Edge now scores 100% in the most recent http://HTML5Accessibility.com test pass!” the software giant explains in a celebratory tweet today.
A screenshot also included in the tweet shows that Microsoft Edge 80 on Windows 10 obtained the best score from all browsers on the market, albeit the comparison that the company highlights doesn’t necessarily make sense as only old version of rival apps are shown.
Edge versus old browsers