Microsoft depreciates Internet Explorer 8, 9 and 10

 
Microsoft depreciates Internet Explorer 8, 9 and 10
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If you are among those who have not yet upgraded to the eleventh, and so far the last edition of the browser Internet Explorer (IE), it's starting to get urgent.

On Tuesday, Microsoft will depreciate the versions 8, 9 and 10, meaning they will no longer be updated, which could have serious implications for the browsers security, writes Microsoft News.

Among web developers this comes as an longed and happy message as there is widespread dissatisfaction with having to support old versions of IE for modern websites.

So if you want to keep a good online surfing experience, and good security for your computer, you might as well update your browser now.

Internet Explorer, was developed and released by Microsoft Windows for the first time in 1995.

In the late 1990s, Netscape was outdone by IE as the most popular browser, mainly because it came along with the Windows operating system every time people bought a personal computer.

In recent years however, both Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome have climbed on the popularity ladder and pushed IE efficiently down.

With last year Windows 10, IE was replaced as the default browser in favor of the new and very modern Microsoft Edge, that supports several new Web standards, features a variety of new features and improved performance.

You can download Internet Explorer 11 here.

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