In a few days, Microsoft will leave dead its Internet Explorer versions 8, 9 and 10. Update your browser now. Google Chrome is the browser most used today, but I will be surprised how many users are still using an older version of Internet Explorer.
On Tuesday January 12, 2016, Microsoft presumed dead, Internet Explorer 8, 9 and 10, leaving these versions without any support to future vulnerabilities.
End of support for Internet Explorer 8, 9 and 10
In a few days they will release the latest patch for these versions which basically is responsible for notifying users that their browser is already more than obsolete and were “invited” to upgrade to a more modern, for their sake .
There will be no more updates or security patches
Microsoft long ago warned that they would stop supporting older versions of Explorer, but now the countdown ends. This is the end of life of these browsers even today by millions of users are still used around the world.
Thus, they will not receive any updates or patches more, being exposed and vulnerable to any future security failure. Microsoft offers the ability to upgrade to Internet Explorer 11, but remember that this is the last version that maintains that name.
Since Windows 10, we welcomed the new Microsoft Edge, his successor. Here you can see how the arrival of Chrome turned upside down domain Explorer until Google has positioned itself as the most widely used web browser