Microsoft has posted a message asking all users to stop using Internet Explorer when the support period ends. IE 11, the latest version of the popular web browser, will officially end support on June 15.
Remembering this software giant, he did not forget to recommend users to switch to the new Edge browser, which supports IE’s Compatibility Mode. Keep in mind that the developers announced their intention to completely abandon IE support about a year ago. Now it reminds you that there are about six weeks left for the end of browser support and there is no reason to wait for that date. Instead, Microsoft is recommending everyone to abandon IE11 and switch to Edge now.
Instead of waiting, we recommend setting your own shutdown date. The best way to prepare for the IE shutdown after June 15 is to proactively retire in your organizations by June 15, Microsoft said in a statement.
The developers advise companies to ensure that IE mode is enabled and working properly in Edge. Next, you should plan a date to disable IE, prepare users for migration, and publish the appropriate policy on users’ sites to disable IE on all devices. Windows 10 and Windows 11 already use Edge as the default browser.
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