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    Microsoft has no plans to remove Internet Explorer from Windows 10


    Microsoft’s Chromium-based Edge browser is trying to provide enterprises with a rich set of tools to address their compatibility concerns. Chromium Edge will ship with a built-in Internet Explorer mode that would help enterprise users continue using their existing legacy services within the new browser.

    Although Edge is getting its own Internet Explorer mode, the software giant still has no plans to entirely remove Internet Explorer from Windows 10 consumer or enterprise editions.

    In a Reddit AMD thread, Microsoft Edge engineer revealed that the company is not planning to remove Internet Explorer in Windows 10 and the browser will continue to be supported.

    “IE11 will continue to be supported on the lifecycle of the OS. No plans to remove IE11,” the engineer wrote in a Reddit post. “We will continue to support IE11,” Colleen added.

    Internet Explorer has always been offered in Windows and many enterprises are still using it because they’ve internal services that are optimized for Microsoft’s legacy browser.

    According to the latest market share data, Internet Explorer is more popular than old Microsoft Edge and the majority of users are on Windows 7. Internet Explorer is the only Microsoft browser for Windows 7 and those want to run a modern browser have opted for Chrome, Firefox or other third-party alternatives.

    Microsoft is also working on Edge for Windows 7 and it may reduce the market share of Internet Explorer.

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    Microsoft Internet Explorer renamed to Windows Internet Explorer ?

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    Since version 7 of the world`s most popular web browser - Microsoft Internet Explorer was silently renamed to Windows Internet Explorer.Such a step from Microsoft is not a surprise since Internet Explorer is part of the Windows operation system for a long time.Obviously Microsoft corp. wants to state that Internet Explorer is already considered as a part of Windows and not as an external browser (remember the IE and WMP law issues last year!?).
     
  3. btarunr Win User
    Microsoft Releases Internet Explorer 10 Consumer Preview for Windows 7

    Microsoft released Internet Explorer 10 Consumer Preview for Windows 7, the only other operating system to support it, apart from Windows 8 and Windows RT, with which it made its stable debut last month, earning Mozilla's cake. Posted as "Pre-Release," the browser provides most functionality as its Windows 8 stable version. Most of its performance enhancements, including the ability to flip through pages in articles by swiping across a touchscreen, are available.


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    DOWNLOAD: Internet Explorer 10 Consumer Preview for Windows 7
     
    btarunr, Jun 13, 2019
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  4. Microsoft has no plans to remove Internet Explorer from Windows 10

    Internet Explorer is dead: Microsoft to stop supporting early versions yesterday WITH POLL

    From @Frick 's link

    * Beginning January 10, 2017, only Internet Explorer 11 will be supported on Windows Thin PC. In order to continue to receive Internet Explorer 8 updates after January 12, 2016, please contact your Microsoft Account Team.

    For customers running on an older version of Internet Explorer, such as Internet Explorer 8 on Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (SP1), Microsoft recommends customers plan to migrate to one of the above supported operating systems and browser combinations by January 12, 2016.
     
    CAPSLOCKSTUCK, Jun 13, 2019
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