In Pictures: What’s new in Internet Explorer 11 fo...
Loading priority assigned to important parts of a web page
IE11 is the first browser to support the W3C Resource Priorities specification. This enables a web developer to designate which parts of a page the end-user’s browser should take priority to download and render. This should help the “important stuff” on a site you visit to load up immediately, such as the main body of text you want to read, which also gives the impression that the overall page loads fast.
In Pictures: What’s new in Internet Explorer 11 for Windows 7