Microsoft today announced the future of Internet Explorer on Windows 10 is in the Microsoft Edge browser, and that the Internet Explorer 11 (IE11) desktop application will be retired on June 15, 2022.
If you're still using the old version of the Edge browser that shipped with earlier versions of Windows 10, you'll soon be upgraded to the new version, with the old no longer supported and set to be uninstalled.
Microsoft 365 was launched three years ago as a business product combining Windows 10 Enterprise, Office 365 Business Premium and other software, but it has now completely replaced the Office 365 brand.
Microsoft has settled on the popular EPUB standard, potentially for a new eBook store, when it launches with native support in the Edge Browser, as part of the April Windows 10 Creators Update for desktop and mobile.
Microsoft has released patches for nine vulnerabilities in various software packages, with five of the flaws being remotely exploitable.
It may have only 5% of the market, but the new version of Microsoft’s Edge Browser, released as part of the Windows 10 anniversary update, is 100% HTML5 compatible.
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