Browser Compatibility of Array.prototype.find on Internet Explorer 10

Last updated on : 2022-04-10

Note:
Array.prototype.find is Not Supported on Internet Explorer 10. If you use Array.prototype.find and your users are using Internet Explorer 10, then they would see the feature properly. That doesn’t guarantee that other web technologies are also compatible in Internet Explorer 10 though.

Overview

Method of `find()` comes back with the first item's value in an array based on result of testing function provided .

Not Supported

Browser Compatibility Score

Chrome Internet Explorer 10
Not Supported

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Why Test on Internet Explorer 10

To make a right testing strategy it's important to understand how many users are actually using Internet Explorer 10
To help you build the right browser testing matrix, here's the overall marketshare of both Internet Explorer browser and Internet Explorer version 10.

TOP Internet Explorer BROWSERS (Jan 2021 - Jan 2022)

Browser Version

% Share

Release Date

IE 11

0.32

-0001-11-30

IE 9

0.03

-0001-11-30

IE 8

0.02

-0001-11-30

Other

1.25

-

Data Source: Statcounter.com

ALL DESKTOP BROWSERS (Jan 2021 - Jan 2022)

Browsers

% Share

Chrome

64.36

Safari

19.13

Edge

4.07

Firefox

3.41

Samsung Internet

2.84

Opera

2.07

IE

0.38

Other

3.73

Data Source: Statcounter.com

Web Technology Support of Internet Explorer 10

To create a automation testing strategy for checking your webapps on Internet Explorer 10, you first need to check what technologies are supported on Internet Explorer 10.

Here's a list of all web technologies categorized by thier support level for Internet Explorer 10.

  • Supported (no prefixes needed)
  • Supported (some prefix)
  • At least partially supported
  • No support

Browser Support for Array.prototype.find

ChromeIE
Low

Browser Support For IE Versions

-
Fully
-
Partially
11-5.5
Not Supported
ChromeEdge
High

Browser Support For Edge Versions

99-15
Fully
-
Partially
-
Not Supported
ChromeFirefox
High

Browser Support For Firefox Versions

100-25
Fully
-
Partially
24-2
Not Supported
ChromeChrome
High

Browser Support For Chrome Versions

103-45
Fully
-
Partially
44-4
Not Supported
ChromeSafari
High

Browser Support For Safari Versions

15.4-7.1
Fully
-
Partially
7-3.2
Not Supported
ChromeOpera
High

Browser Support For Opera Versions

83-32
Fully
-
Partially
31-9.5
Not Supported
ChromeSafari on iOS
High

Browser Support For Safari on iOS Versions

15.4-8.1
Fully
-
Partially
7-3.2
Not Supported
ChromeAndroid Browser
Medium

Browser Support For Android Browser Versions

99-97
Fully
-
Partially
4-2.3
Not Supported
ChromeOpera Mobile
Medium

Browser Support For Opera Mobile Versions

64-64
Fully
-
Partially
12-10
Not Supported
ChromeChrome for Android
High

Browser Support For Chrome for Android Versions

100-97
Fully
-
Partially
-
Not Supported
ChromeFirefox for Android
High

Browser Support For Firefox for Android Versions

98-95
Fully
-
Partially
-
Not Supported
ChromeSamsung Internet
High

Browser Support For Samsung Internet Versions

16-5
Fully
-
Partially
4-4
Not Supported

About Internet Explorer

Microsoft's Internet Explorer, formerly known as Windows Internet Explorer, is a defunct series of graphical web browsers included with Microsoft's successful Windows operating system.

Launched in 1995, Internet Explorer was formerly the most popular web browser for accessing the Internet, with a usage share of over 95% by 2003. Microsoft spent over $100 million per year developing Internet Explorer, with over 1,000 employees working on the project by 1999.In the United States, Internet Explorer still has a market share of about 2.5%. Although the IE browser has improved over time, it is no longer the default Windows 10 and will phase out support for IE 11 in August 2021.

Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE) was initially built to browse a wide range of online sites and provide some operating system capabilities, such as Microsoft Update. Due to its inclusion as a Windows component and the long-term lifecycle of Windows Server 2019, Internet Explorer will continue to receive security updates for at least the next decade.

Download Internet Explorer

Microsoft recommend using Edge for any Microsoft operating system and abandoned support for IE browser in 2015. Having said that, if you wish to download IE browser for any reason, you can check the official Microsoft support.

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Browser Support for Array.prototype.find

  • ChromeChrome
  • Safari Safari
  • Firefox Firefox
  • IE Internet Explorer
  • Opera Opera
  • Edge Edge

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