From 2009 to 2015, I wrote 237 posts on my blog “IEInternals”. Unfortunately, while much of the content is still valuable (for historical interest, if nothing else) the blog host has now broken all of the urls and search.
As I cite IEInternals posts, I’ll add their Internet Archive links to a list here.
- URL Length Limits – INTERNET_MAX_URL_LENGTH is 2083 characters, but that’s not used everywhere
- IE/WinINET Cookie FAQ (alt) – Observations of non-standard cookie behavior in IE
- Local Intranet Zone and Proxies – How a proxy server can impact zone determination
- Windows Server as a Workstation – IE’s Enhanced Security Configuration
- Understanding Zone Elevation, Enhanced Protected Mode and Local Files, and Local Machine Zone Lockdown
- Application Protocol Handlers
- UA String Use and Abuse; IE11 User-Agent string
- URL Fragments and Redirects; now well-spec’d in HTTP.
- Compressing the Web – all about compression in the web platform
Alternatively, you can browse a snapshot of the full index of IEInternals posts; there are also some posts of interest on my MSDN Fiddler blog and in the IE Blog archive (alt).