As of January 12th 2015 - Internet explorer 8, 9, and 10 are no longer supported. End of support for these versions of Internet Explorer means there will be no more security patches or technical support. If you continue to use these browesers you can be open to attack. Internet Explorer 11 will, however, continue to be supported, and Microsoft recommends first upgrading to IE 11 before removing IE 8, 9, or 10. If you still have Microsoft Vista you cannot upgrade to IE 11 - therefore it would be wise to upgrade to windows 7, 8.1 or 10.
12/24/2016 12:15:48 am
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9/27/2017 01:06:02 am
After the launch of Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and the UC Browser, the internet explorer has reduced its value to a very great extent. The information shared in the blog about the internet explorer has affirmed my belief not to use internet explorer again.
4/17/2019 12:22:22 pm
I already said my goodbye towards Internet Explorer 8, 9, and 10! It will always be part of my younger years for several reasons. Of course, without the explorer, I could have not done my assignments! But I can still remember how many liters of tears I endured because it doesn't load easily. When it lags, you need to pray hardly for it to comeback without any problem. There were so many hassle stuff Internet Explorer brought to its users, and this might be the perfect time to rest.
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