by Jeffrey Firkin
Desktop & Applications Engineer
Microsoft has announced that the Internet Explorer 11 desktop application will no longer be supported on certain versions of Windows 10 starting June 15, 2022.
Windows 10 versions affected by this announcement are as follows:
The following Windows versions and Internet Explorer components are not affected:
Microsoft is encouraging all customers to move to Microsoft Edge with Internet Explorer mode enabled to support websites or line-of-business applications requiring legacy browser support. Internet Explorer mode in Microsoft Edge will be supported through 2029 at the latest.
Important Note: After June 15, 2022, the Internet Explorer desktop application will be disabled through a future Windows 10 cumulative monthly update and will automatically redirect to Microsoft Edge if a user tries to access it.
Helient strongly recommends taking the necessary steps to prepare for this change, which includes testing all important websites in another browser or in Edge with Internet Explorer mode. If you would like more information or assistance, please contact our industry-leading experts at email@example.com.