Internet Explorer Retirement
Microsoft ended all support for Internet Explorer June 15, 2022.
Internet Explorer Retirement Dates:
|30-11-2020||MS Teams ended support for IE 11|
|31-12-2020||Azure DevOps Services ended support for IE 11|
|31-03-2021||Azure Portal ended support for IE 11|
|17-08-2021||Microsoft ended support for IE 11 across web services:|
Office 365 - OneDrive Outlook
|15-06-2022||Microsoft ends all support for IE 11|
Windows 11 Removes Internet Explorer
Internet Explorer is disabled in Windows 11Source: Windows 11 specifications
Windows 10 Replaces Internet Explorer
Internet Explorer is "replaced" by Edge in Windows 10Source ...
Internet Explorer Retires
IE 11 goes out of support on June 15 2022Source ...
Microsoft Edge Legacy
Edge was the default browser for Windows 10.
The first versions of Edge (12-18), are now referred to as "Edge Legacy".
The Microsoft support for Edge Legacy ended on March 9, 2021.
Future Windows updates will replace Edge Legacy with The New Edge.
Retirement dates published August 17, 2020:
|31-12-2020||Azure DevOps Services stops supporting Edge Legacy|
|09-03-2021||End of Windows updates for Edge Legacy|
|13-04-2021||Future Windows updates will remove Edge Legacy|
The New Edge
The new Microsoft Edge is Chromium based with Blink and V8 engines.
It was released in January 2020, and is available for Windows 7, 8, and 10.
It can also be downloaded for macOS, iOS, and Android.
The new Edge follows the Modern Lifecycle Policy (updates on an approx. six-week cycle).
Google Add Manager
As of March 28, 2022, Google Ad Manager no longer supports ad serving for Internet Explorer versions 11 and below.
As of October 1, 2021, Google Search no longer supports Internet Explorer 11.
As of March 15, 2021, Google Workspace no longer supports Internet Explorer 11.
Old Operating Systems
Internet Explorer 11 is still a component in some old Windows operating system and follows the Lifecycle Policy for these products:
|Windows Embedded Compact 7||Internet Explorer 7|
|Windows Embedded Compact 2013||Internet Explorer 7|
|Windows 7||Internet Explorer 11|
|Windows 8.X||Internet Explorer 11|
|Windows 10||Internet Explorer 11|
|Windows Server 2012||Internet Explorer 11|
|Windows Server 2012 R2||Internet Explorer 11|
|Windows Server 2016||Internet Explorer 11|
|Windows Embedded Standard 7||Internet Explorer 11|
|Windows Embedded POSReady 7||Internet Explorer 11|
|Windows Thin PC||Internet Explorer 11|
|Windows Embedded 8 Standard||Internet Explorer 11|
|Windows 8.1 Industry Update||Internet Explorer 11|
Some old PCs (like in public libraries) are still using Internet Explorer.
Some legacy web applications are using Internet Explorer.
Some legacy web applications are using Internet Explorer runtime DLLs.
Some AJAX based applications are using Microsoft ActiveX components.
In order to ease the migration from Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge offers Internet Explorer Mode, providing backward compatibility and enabling customers to continue to run legacy web applications.
Furthermore, some governments recommends continuing to support IE11: