WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
After being the main entry to the internet in the late 1990s and early 2000s, Internet Explorer (IE) is
gone. As of June 15, 2022, Microsoft dropped the web browser from support.
To ease the transition away from Internet Explorer, Microsoft added IE Mode to Edge. This mode makes it possible for organizations to still use legacy sites that may have worked best in IE. It uses the Trident MSHTML engine from IE11 to do this.
If you haven’t yet addressed old copies of IE on your computers, your network could be at risk due to
vulnerabilities in the browser no longer being fixed. Here’s what you should do:
Migrate Browser Data to Microsoft Edge from IE
1. Uninstall the IE Browser
2. Ensure Employees Know How to Use
IE Mode in Edge
3. Train Employees on Microsoft Edge
If Internet Explorer has been your browser of choice, let us help you transition into a browser that supports your needs. Give us a call today!