Microsoft Announced End Of Support For Internet Explorer

Following the announcement of Microsoft Edge seven months ago, the company's brand new web browser, Microsoft has revealed that the company will be focusing on improving as well as introducing new features to its modern web browser, while killing almost every versions of IE.

Microsoft has announced that starting early next year, the company will be ending support for older versions of Internet Explorer, including Internet Explorer 7/8/9/10, which means those edition will no longer receive the latest security updates, compatibility fixes, and technical support, making them highly vulnerable to malicious attacks, harmful viruses, spyware, and other malicious software.

Starting January 12, 2016 Internet Explorer 11 will be the last edition supported by Microsoft on on Windows 7/8.1/10, as part of the company effort to bring IE users to Microsoft Edge.