- Wired NewsJan 12 05:19 AM
Microsoft will no longer support most versions of Internet Explorer, one of the most contentious pieces of software ever. The post The Sorry Legacy of Internet Explorer appeared first on WIRED .
Rest in Peace, Internet Explorer 8, 9 and 10 - NBC NEWS
Internet Explorer users should read this - New York Post
Are Businesses Ready To Let Go Of Internet Explo... - Lifehacker Australia
- Consumer Reports via Yahoo! FinanceJan 11 12:45 PM
Microsoft will discontinue support for older versions of its iconic browser, Internet Explorer, on January 12. This is another step on its march toward modernity, already evidenced by the advent ...
- Market WatchJan 11 11:30 AM
Microsoft will end support for old versions of Internet Explorer on Jan. 12.
- BGR News via Yahoo! NewsJan 13 06:00 AM
Are you running an old version of Windows or reading this article in an old version of Microsoft's popular web browser, Internet Explorer? It's OK, we understand. We all have our own software update horror stories that involve losing key features we rely on or even losing some of our data, and we know it can be difficult to trust again. Interestingly, the majority of those horror stories likely...
Microsoft's Internet Explorer Goes Into Retireme... - Good Morning America via Yahoo! News
If you're reading this with Internet Explorer, s... - Christian Science Monitor via Yahoo! News
- Market WatchJan 11 03:03 PM
A security warning for Internet Explorer users, and the taxes a Powerball winner will have to fork over.
- ABC NewsJan 12 06:39 AM
The Internet Explorer brand is dead as we know it.
Microsoft Ends Support for IE8, 9, 10 - PC Magazine
Microsoft Ends Security Patches And Support For ... - International Business Times
- TheJournal.ie via Yahoo UK & Ireland FinanceJan 11 01:32 PM
Microsoft has ended support for Internet Explorer 8, 9 and 10, meaning only the final version is left.
- Sydney Morning HeraldJan 12 06:09 PM
Today marks the day when Microsoft finally ends support for older versions of its archaic web browser, but study shows only one in fifteen professional users have moved over to Edge.
- WebProNewsJan 28 06:30 AM
Earlier this month, Microsoft ended its support for older versions of Internet Explorer, including 8, 9, and 19. Support ended on the 12th. On the 11th, we looked at a survey from Manta, which found that a whopping 61% of small business owners who use Internet Explorer were still using version 10 or older. Google announced on Wednesday that it ...
Google AdWords To Only Support Internet Explorer... - Search Engine Roundtable
- PC WorldJan 12 07:22 AM
You’ve heard of Christmas in July. Well how about spring cleaning in January? Microsoft is kicking off 2016 with arguably its most significant Patch Tuesday in months. As of today, Microsoft bids goodbye to all but one version of Internet Explorer and a Windows release it would rather forget. The biggest item on the chopping block is Windows 8. Not Windows 8.1—that sweeping update is still ...
Windows 8, Internet Explorer 7, 8, 9, and 10 (mo... - Ars Technica
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