Internet explorer updating

05-Dec-2017 20:21

Putting IE9 into compatibility mode resolves the Go WMU problem.

As of July 31, 2017, Hootsuite will no longer support Internet Explorer 9 or 10.

"Unfortunately, it appears that the majority of internet users still don’t recognise regular updates as a vital part of basic internet security."Millions of people across the globe are still using older versions of Internet Explorer – leaving them open to attacks from hackers and cybercriminals.

Microsoft has replaced its classic Internet Explorer browser with a new minimalist app called Microsoft Edge.

Over half – some 56 per cent – of respondents said they use Internet Explorer as their primary browser but only only 26 per cent will have made the switch by Microsoft's deadline.

A staggering 74 per cent of Internet Explorer users have no plans to upgrade before Tuesday 12th January, the survey revealed.

But despite this redesigned browser being the default in Windows 10, users have turned their back on the new app.

The settings to enable, disable, or prompt for VBScript execution in Internet Explorer 11 will remain configurable per site security zone, via Registry, or via Group Policy, on released versions of Windows.

Microsoft's iconic – and at times, infamous – pre-installed web browser has today reached an important milestone in its lifecycle. The US technology firm will today end support for almost-all versions of the Microsoft software, including Internet Explorer 8, 9 and 10.

The latter was only released by Microsoft in 2012, to coincide with the roll-out of Windows 8.

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That information, along with your comments, will be governed by DISQUS’ privacy policy.CEO of Camwood, Adrian Foxall told uk: "It’s a concern to see how many internet users are still failing to take these update deadlines seriously.

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