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.
Support for Microsoft 365 apps and services on Internet Explorer 11 has ended today. Users should expect a degraded experience, no new features, connectivity issues, and no support moving forward.
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.
Microsoft announced today that come June 15, 2022, the desktop application for Internet Explorer 11 will be retired. The firm is confident that the future of Windows 10 lies with Microsoft Edge.
Today, Microsoft published an update on its plans to remove Adobe Flash from its browsers by the end of the year, and it will be completely gone from Windows itself by September of next year.
Microsoft has provided a roadmap for the removal of legacy versions of the TLS protocol from its Edge and Internet Explorer browsers. The Chromium-based version of Edge will remove them in July.
Microsoft has posted a reminder for IE10 users on Windows Server 2012 and Embedded 8 Standard OSes. It suggests that users begin migrating to IE11 through the Update Catalog, Windows Update or WSUS.
Microsoft today provided an update on when it will be killing off Adobe Flash in its browsers. In all of its browsers, including both Edge and Internet Explorer, it will be gone by the end of 2020.
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.
A flag in Microsoft's latest Edge Canary build will allow you to open pages in Internet Explorer. It opens the app though, rather than opening the page in a new tab like IE Mode can do.
Microsoft has announced that users will soon be able to install Internet Explorer 11 in Windows Embedded 8 Standard and Server 2012, replacing Internet Explorer 10 which is no longer supported.
While there are currently no known vulnerabilities in TLS 1.0 and 1.1, Microsoft plans to end support for these old protocols in supported versions of Microsoft Edge and IE 11 by 2020.
A CSS-based web vulnerability has been found that crashes iPhones and freezes various browsers including Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer 11, and Apple's Safari when an a webpage is rendered.
A critical zero-day vulnerability has been discovered in Adobe Flash Player, which allows Remote Code Execution using a Microsoft Excel document, potentially making you lose control of your system.
In light of the serious news of critical CPU vulnerabilities that could be leveraged to provide access to privileged memory, Microsoft has made changes to its browsers to subvert side-channel attacks.
Proofpoint has released a report outlining how hackers managed to create malware-filled fake update-ads for popular Internet browsers that millions of people were exposed to while on PornHub.
A web security expert recently found a bug in Microsoft's Internet Explorer web browser that utilizes HTML tags that potentially reveal a user's browsing habits to an unauthorized third party.
Even though relatively more popular browsers like Google Chrome have lost market share according to latest statistics, it appears that people just don't want to transition to Microsoft Edge.
The Microsoft Company Store will not be accessible from some older browsers, including Internet Explorer 10, after a security update on September 1. The decision comes from the Store's hosting firm.
Following Adobe's announcement today that it will end support for Flash in 2020, Microsoft has published a timeline showing how it will gradually phase out its Flash support on Edge and IE.
AT&T launched DirecTV Now in November, with apps on multiple platforms, and support for various web browsers. But it now says that the service will work "exclusively on Google Chrome" from July 1.
The latest report for browser market share has remained more or less unchanged compared with last month. Chrome remains the unchallenged leader in the web browser space, and IE continues to plummet.
The latest browser market share reports by various firms once again paints a miserable picture for Microsoft, as the company's Edge browser fails to gain traction among Windows 10 users.
OneDrive users on Linux have been reporting slowdowns when using the service, temporarily fixing it by modifying a user agent string. Taking user feedback, Microsoft has issued a fix for the service.
Statistics from NetMarketShare indicate that Chrome has continued its steady rise in market share, Internet Explorer has fallen yet again, and Edge has moved forward at a barely noticeable pace.
Google has publicly revealed yet another unfixed vulnerability in Microsoft's products. This time, the flaw affects Edge and IE, causing the browsers to crash along with arbitrary code execution.
Having delayed this month's Patch Tuesday updates until next month, Microsoft has now released an update to resolve vulnerabilities in Adobe Flash on Windows 10, RT, 8.1, Server 2016, and more.
Data from NetMarketShare shows that Microsoft Edge is now being utilized by more users. On the other hand, Internet Explorer has continued its free fall with a 55% YoY decrease.
Microsoft has detailed how it plans to prevent sites using SHA-1 certificates from loading on Edge and Internet Explorer 11 starting next year. The hashing function was deemed insecure in 2005.
The latest statistics from NetMarketShare reveal that Google Chrome is still the most popular web browser. Meanwhile, Internet Explorer is on a steady decline, after it was replaced by Edge.
Yesterday's Patch Tuesday rollout upgraded Windows 10 to version 10586.494 but it also brought a big number of security fixes for all versions of Windows and Windows Server. Check them out here.
Microsoft's has seen its share of the desktop browser plummet while Chrome is picking up more and more steam. Chrome now has 7% more market share than Microsoft's Internet Explorer and Edge combined.
Data acquired by StatCounter suggests that usage share for Firefox globally surpassed Internet Explorer for the first time. In spite of this feat, Google Chrome remains the dominant browser.
Internet Explorer has lost its top spot to Google's Chrome. Internet Explorer has been declining heavily for the past few months while Chrome's usage grew. Firefox also fell into single digits.
Invoking a new tab in Microsoft's classic browser running on Windows 8 and 7 will apparently trigger the message, ‘Microsoft recommends upgrading to Windows 10.' in yet another push to sway users.
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Microsoft is cutting off support for older versions of its Internet Explorer browsers today. The company is prompting users to upgrade to IE 11 or to Windows 10 and use the new Edge browser.
Microsoft has recently announced that it will stop supporting Internet Explorer versions 8, 9, and 10. With this, a final patch will be installed, informing users to upgrade their web browser.
Microsoft has outlined improvements made to its SmartScreen filter, including new protection from drive-by attacks. The improvements are part of IE11 and Edge in Windows 10.