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Up to 20% of Internet browsers could be impacted, according to NetMarketShare. Microsoft will also keep supporting older versions of IE on several enterprise server operating systems. (The full list of supported browsers is here.) The company first announced plans to end support To CNNMoney business culture gadgets future startups To CNNMoney Connect Microsoft pulling support for Internet Explorer 8, 9, 10 by Hope King @lisahopeking January 6, 2016: 11:42 AM ET Microsoft Read: Microsoft's latest executive shakeup Read: Microsoft probed by regulators in China CNNMoney (New York) First published January 6, 2016: 11:42 AM ET navigate here

After next week, Microsoft (MSFT, Tech30) will push security updates and bug fixes to Internet Explorer 11 only, on machines running Windows 7, 8.1 and 10. Our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy have changed. Confusingly, though, the logo for Edge looks almost exactly like the logo for Internet Explorer. Microsoft "encourages customers to upgrade" to Internet Explorer 11 "for a faster, more secure browsing experience." If you're running Windows Vista, Microsoft says it will continue to support Internet Explorer 9.

Internet Explorer 11 Support End Date

In 2015, with the launch of Windows 10, Microsoft gave customers a new default browser, Edge, which is a definite improvement over Internet Explorer. Anyone who continues to use an out-of-date browser could put themselves at risk for malware and cyber attacks.