Customers still building web applications in Microsoft's Silverlight framework should know that the platform is reaching end of support on October 12, 2021. Currently, it is only supported in IE11.
Microsoft finally removed Internet Explorer completely out of Windows 11, and although there is an IE mode in the firm's Edge browser, that and other third party add-ons don't always work.
Mircosoft's Edge Insider channel roadmap has been updated today which now contains all the upcoming features the browser will receive. There is a slew of new changes and improvements coming.
If you're part of an organization or are a consumer that is heavily dependent on Internet Explorer 11 for your daily activities and are worried about its retirement, here's what you need to do.
Right on schedule today, Microsoft released version 87 of its Edge browser. It includes new shopping features, automatic switch from IE, better highlighter support for PDFs, and much more.
The option that allowed users to open pages in an Internet Explorer tab in Microsoft's Chromium-based Edge browser is now gone. IT admins will be able to control which sites open in IE Mode.
Ahead of its Inspire partner conference, Microsoft announced today that its Chromium-based Edge browser is now ready for enterprises to try out, as it includes the features that they need.
In the latest Edge Insider preview builds, users can now turn on a flag for IE Mode, a feature that will allow you to open webpages in an Internet Explorer tab, right within the browser.
At its Build 2019 developer conference today, Microsoft announced a number of new features that are coming to its new Edge browser, which is based on the open-source Chromium project.