Beginning January 12, 2016, only the most current version of IE available for a supported operating system will get technical support and security updates.
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Microsoft is ending support for old versions of Internet Explorer. Only Internet Explorer version 11 will be supported started on January 12th, 2016.
In Windows 8.1,sometimes sites that require Adobe Flash don’t work correctly in IE 11. If you run into this problem, here’s a quick tip on how to fix it.
Internet Explorer on Windows 8.1 finally has the ability to sync open tabs between other systems running the same. Here’s how to set up and use the feature.
Internet Explorer 11 developer preview is available for Windows 7 and the 8.1 preview. If you’ve tried it out and want to revert back, it’s easy to do.
Internet Explorer 11 developer preview for Windows 7 is now available for early adopters. Before was only for Windows 8.1 Preview but you can try it now.
If you’re old enough to remember the days of arcade rooms, you’ll love the Atari Arcade. It lets you play the classic titles you grew up with through your browser.
Pocket is an awesome service for saving webpages and other content to read later. There isn’t an official Internet Explorer app, but you can use it with this bookmarklet.
When you open a new tab in Internet Explorer, its New Tab Page opens to frequently visited sites. If you’d rather have it open to a blank page, here’s how to change it.
Websites use various types of tracking to deliver ads based on browsing and your physical location. Internet Explorer 10 allows you to disable physical location tracking.
When Windows 8 and Windows RT first launched, Flash in IE 10 only worked on selected sites whitelisted by Microsoft. Via an update today, Flash content will work by default on most sites.
On a Microsoft Surface, you’ll probably be using Internet Explorer 10 quite a bit. While doing research online, here’s how to search for a specific word or phrase on a webpage.
Microsoft released the Internet Explorer 10 Preview for Windows 7. The final version was released last week, if you want to revert back to IE 9 here’s how.
Getting a non-techy family member or friend to understand that Internet Explorer is not actually the internet can be difficult and time consuming. Whatbrowser is a site built by Google that encourages users to try multiple browsers while explaining what they are.