Steps to reproduce
Open the link below in the IE 11 or Edge and navigate through 30-40 slides and you will see the memory profile of the browser continuing to climb, starting at 300-400mb. Eventually, this will climb so high that the browser will crash. Use the same link in Chrome or FireFox and you will see that this does not occur, the memory profile stays steady.
The expected behaviour is that the memory from a loaded slide will be freed up once the user navigates away from that slide and the iFrame is detached from the DOM. This is happening in Chrome and FireFox, but does not happen in IE 11 and Edge.
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