Without Internet Explorer, you don't have videos in PowerPoint

Η Microsoft προσπαθεί να αποσύρει τον Internet Explorer σαν πρόγραμμα περιήγησης από τα λειτουργικά της συστήματα, γιατί ο κώδικας είναι πολύ παλιός και υπάρχουν πάρα πολλά κενά ασφαλείας.

But Windows users can't really get rid of the app, because apparently it's still needed!


Χωρίς τον Internet Explorer, δεν μπορείτε να παίξετε βίντεο στο PowerPoint.

That Microsoft wants to discontinue Internet Explorer 11 and replace it with Chromium Edge has been known for some time. As of 2020, Microsoft has stopped supporting IE 11 in Microsoft accounts and apps, as we mentioned in an earlier post.

On June 15, 2022, support for Internet Explorer has been permanently discontinued. Microsoft initially discontinued Internet Explorer 11 as a desktop application in Windows 10 version 20H2.

So when users now launch the Internet Explorer 11 app they are automatically redirected to Microsoft Edge.

For Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and older versions of Windows 10 (1809, 1909), nothing changes. IE 11 will continue to be supported.

It is known that users who remove Internet Explorer from Windows through “Features and Functions” are experiencing problems because some Windows features are no longer available.

For example without Internet Explorer, videos can no longer be played in PowerPoint.


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  1. At some point, as soon as possible, some new version of windows should be built on an entirely new kernel, so that it is well structured and each program does not derive routines from other, unrelated, programs.
    Until then, probably in the version ... windows 17, we have time or "compromise" on Linux that has solved such childhood diseases (without saying that it doesn't have others).

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