Over two years after Microsoft discontinued support for Internet Explorer 10, Google has announced they will stop supporting the legacy browser on Google+ starting October 23, 2018. It means that Google will no longer do backwards compatibility testing for IE 10 and rendering issues or access to certain features could be limited after that date.
Technically Google across all of G Suite only supports the latest version of Internet Explorer, v11, as well as Microsoft Edge from the Redmond, Washington company. This is more-or-less just solidifying that stance in relation to G+.
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If you are on a Windows 7 PC or Windows 2008 Server and are running Internet Explorer 8, 9 or 10, today is the day you need to upgrade. Microsoft announced some time ago that support for these builds would be ending on Tuesday, January 12, 2016 in an effort to cut down on the wide range of product versions they have to support. Internet Explorer was one of the most challenging apps for the Redmond company to keep updated as there have been so many different versions and there is still a huge number of PCs running these older versions. In fact, in looking at the stats for the site, there are still some who are using v6! Seriously folks, it is time to upgrade just so you can have the latest in security patches.
What the end of support means in Microsoft terms is that Internet Explorer 8, 9 and 10 will no longer receive any updates of any type. It is, as they say, what it is at this point. No more performance or bug fixes, no more security updates, nothing. It is truly end of support.
If you have been considering giving Google Chrome a try and you are on one of these older builds, today may be a good time to give it a go.
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