Microsoft has released yet another reminder to users of Internet Explorer, which come at the beginning of next year, the browser will no longer be supported security patch if you are running the latest version (IE 11).

In other words, if you are still using the old incarnation Internet Explorer After January 12, you will potentially be vulnerable to new feats go ahead -. And you can bet that rogue species will try to benefit from all users who do not update

And apparently, there’s a heck of a lot of users out there earlier versions of the Web browser Redmond.

, as well as security patches, Microsoft will no longer support the old flavors of IE in terms of free and paid support options.

ZDNet noticed the latest reminder of Microsoft, on which was written: “Beginning January 12, 2016, only the latest version of Internet Explorer, available for the supported operating systems will receive support [sic] and security updates. Internet Explorer 11 is the last version of Internet Explorer, and will continue to receive security updates, compatibility fixes, and support for Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10. ”

Several warnings

In a statement, Microsoft also said that IE11 (and new border browser) boasts a higher level of security than previous versions, in any case (of course), not to mention for improved performance.

Redmond first warning on the issue in October., When he noticed that older browsers are a serious problem when it comes to keeping Web surfers in safety and in the last month, the company released another Reminder for corporate clients – because Microsoft really beating us over the head with the message (which is not surprising, given the potential risks of those who are unable to take action could face).

Speaking of plants, for those businesses concerned with start-up of the old Web Applications, Internet Explorer 11 has a mode of Enterprise, which offers backward compatibility and is fully supported by Microsoft.

  • How to set up the Enterprise mode and the edge to start the Internet Explorer