Microsoft will end support for Internet Explorer 11 as an application and in Microsoft 365 services next year.
In exactly one year, on August 17, 2021, the Internet Explorer 11 will no longer be supported for Microsoft Web Services, such as Office 365, OneDrive, Outlook, and more.
Microsoft is also ending support for Internet Explorer 11 with the Microsoft Teams web application later this year, as support expires on November 30th.
Although it will take some time for companies to move away from it Internet Explorer 11, Microsoft hopes the new press function Internet Explorer in the Microsoft browser Edge Chromium based will help a lot. It will continue to allow businesses to access old websites created specifically for him Internet Explorer, until Microsoft completely stops supporting it Internet Explorer 11 in Windows 10.
However Microsoft's move to stop supporting him Internet Explorer 11 in its main web applications is a first step.
Along with the end of IE support, Microsoft plans to stop supporting the old version of Microsoft Edge on March 9, 2021.
After the end of the support date, the old version Edge will no longer receive security updates.
Microsoft's goal is to bring existing Windows 10 users to the new browser Edge Chromium-based report states that new devices and future Windows function updates will be included in the new browser Edge.
Microsoft has been working for years to stop using and supporting it Internet Explorer.
The company has introduced for the first time its new browser Edge (the first Edge) in 2015, codenamed Project Spartan. It was the beginning of the end for him Internet Explorer.