Microsoft will discontinue support for Internet Explorer 10 from January 2020 onwards, a process it first announced four years ago.
If you're on a currently supported version of Windows, it's time to check that you're also using a supported version of Internet Explorer. From Tuesday 12 January there will be no more security updates for Internet Explorer 8, 9 and 10 on Windows 7 and 8.
It’s been reported around the world that Microsoft is ‘killing off’ Internet Explorer and replacing it a new browser, which is well known, but is it true?
As expected, Microsoft has released seven security bulletins covering issues with Windows and other software, notably Internet Explorer. There's also a policy change regarding vulnerabilities in software sold through the company's various online stores.
Microsoft is set to release patches for a whopping 57 vulnerabilities later this week.
The first Patch Tuesday for 2013 has rolled around, and Microsoft has released seven security bulletins addressing a dozen vulnerabilities. It's also one of those months when Adobe releases updates alongside Microsoft.
Borland has updated its Silk Test automated testing software to handle software running on Windows 8.
Microsoft released seven security bulletins overnight, addressing a total of 20 vulnerabilities. Only one of the bulletins is rated critical, and there are also wide-ranging non-security updates this month - only Microsoft's Mac customers miss out.
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