Microsoft Compatibility Official Steers Enterprise Users Away from Internet Explorer

Microsoft Compatibility Official Steers Enterprise Users Away from Internet Explorer

Microsoft Compatibility Official Steers Enterprise Users Away from Internet Explorer

So much so that a Microsoft Windows cybersecurity expert Chris Jackson wrote a blog post titled "The perils of using Internet Explorer as your default browser".

While numerous users these days either use Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox, some firms still depend on Internet Explorer for web apps that have been built using the old infrastructure. This, to some extent, should help Microsoft push businesses away from Internet Explorer and embrace a more robust browser.

"We're not supporting new web standards for it and, while many sites work fine, developers by and large just aren't testing for Internet Explorer these days".

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The problem with this is that Internet Explorer is not updated with the latest web standards. As for which browser you should use, Jackson said that's up to you.

The landscape has seen a considerable shift since then- Chrome is now the dominant browser, in terms of market share, followed by Safari in a distant second place, and then Firefox, according to both StatCounter and Net Applications.

Microsoft has recommended users to try and stay ahead of the curve and transition to new modern browser for not only compatibility improvements but also security reasons as well.

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He even stripped the longtime browser of its status and instead referred to it as a "compatibility solution".

Google Chrome overtook Internet Explorer as the world's most popular web browser in 2016. Aiming at enterprise customers, Jackson tried to explain that the companies should know the concept of "technical debt" as they are paying for extended support of older software. It should be noted that Microsoft don't even support Internet Explorer anymore, since the company announced back in 2016 that they will be killing support for Internet Explorer 8, Internet Explorer 9 and Internet Explorer 10.

Internet Explorer was one of the most widely used web browsers, attaining a peak of about 95 per cent during 2002 and 2003.

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