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  1. Internet Explorer: end of support for Microsoft Accounts and Apps in November Microsoft is putting Internet Explorer slowly but steadily to rest. The company's Microsoft 365 team announced in August that it would phase out support for Internet Explorer 11 starting with the end of support of Microsoft Teams in Internet Explorer on November 30, 2020. On August 17, 2021, Microsoft 365 will stop supporting Internet Explorer 11 in its entirety. The legacy version of Microsoft Edge reaches end of support on March 9, 2021, and that leaves the new Chromium-based browser,
  2. Microsoft really doesn’t want you to use Internet Explorer anymore Microsoft calls it a compatibility solution, not a browser Microsoft killed off the Internet Explorer brand nearly four years ago, choosing Edge as its modern browser for Windows 10. Internet Explorer lived on as plumbing for Windows and for business compatibility, but Microsoft isn’t supporting it with new web standards – it’s legacy code. Chris Jackson, a cybersecurity expert in Microsoft’s Windows division, has now outlined what he calls the “perils of using Internet Explorer a
  3. Is Internet Explorer a Better Browser than Microsoft Edge? Microsoft has surrendered once again in the browser market, deciding to give up on its own browsing engine and move Microsoft Edge to Chromium. The company has tried to play down this migration by emphasizing that contributing to the Chromium project brings major benefits to the entire web, obviously without discussing the actual reasons that forced it to come down to such a decision. In reality, Microsoft Edge has never become the browser Microsoft hoped it would be. Launched with much fanfare as Project Spa
  4. Internet Explorer zero-day lets hackers steal files from Windows PCs Microsoft refused to patch issue so security researcher released exploit code online. A security researcher has published today details and proof-of-concept code for an Internet Explorer zero-day that can allow hackers to steal files from Windows systems. The vulnerability resides in the way Internet Explorer processes MHT files. MHT stands for MHTML Web Archive and is
  5. Microsoft Edge gets dedicated option to launch site in Internet Explorer Mode Even though Microsoft is pushing its new Chromium-based Microsoft Edge web browser on Windows 10 and other versions of Windows, it is still maintaining classic Edge and the even older Internet Explorer browser. Main reason for keeping Internet Explorer alive is compatibility, especially in the corporate world. Edge is without doubt the better choice in most scenarios, but some sites may refuse to load in the new browser; this can be caused by sites using Internet Explorer sp
  6. IE zero-day under active attack gets emergency patch Denial-of-service flaw in Microsoft Defender also gets unscheduled fix. Enlarge Michael Theis / Flickr Microsoft has released two unscheduled security updates, one of which patches a critical Internet Explorer vulnerability that attackers are actively exploiting in the wild. The IE vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2019-1367, is a remote code execution flaw in the way that Microsoft’s scripting engine handles objects in memory in IE. The vulnerability w
  7. Here is the the score of browsers to see how much of HTML5 technologies and features they support. In order of highest to lowest. Edge insider Canary Version 79.0.286.0 (Official build) canary (64-bit) Highest Score Google Chrome Canary Version 79.0.3924.0 (Official Build) canary (64-bit) FireFox version 71.0a1 (2019-09-26) (64-bit) Edge classic (EdgeHTML) Microsoft EdgeHTML 18.18990 Microsoft Edge 44.18990.1.0
  8. majithia23

    Poor IE !

    more you look , funnier it gets :D
  9. The classic Windows 95 game is now back in browser-based form to help Microsoft show off Internet Explorer 11 and WebGL. "Chrome has a lot of nifty apps and Google has introduced a lot of game apps in Chrome, so Microsoft is now following up with its own," suggested analyst Billy Pidgeon. "To stay competitive with Google, Microsoft really needs to do a few more of these games if it wants to keep up." There's little doubt Microsoft has its gaming sights set primarily on the future with the approaching launch of its next generation Xbox One video game console next month, but on Wednesday the com
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