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IE10 compatibility mode javascript speed

Hello experts,

I know that IE10 is much faster in processing javascript than IE8. But what happens if I have a site that has to run in IE10 compatibility mode?
Is just the site rendered in an older IE version and I still get the improved javascript speed from IE10? Or is the whole site processed in an older IE version and I actually don't have any benefits from IE10 for that specific site?

Thanks for your help,
Thorsten
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