Microsoft Windows 8 and Older Versions of Internet Explorer no longer supported


Today, Microsoft is going to end support for Windows 8, and in addition more established versions of its Internet Explorer web browser, IE 8, IE 9, and IE 10. 

Yes , you read it right !

From now on , Windows 8 and older versions of Internet Explorer (IE 8, IE9 and IE 10) are no longer supported .

For end users, that doesn't mean the software right away gets to be non-utilitarian, yet that it will longer be upgraded with bug fixes or other security patches.

That could possibly uncover a decent partition of online clients to malware, on the off chance that they pick not to update.

Microsoft recommends that users who need to stay on Internet Explorer instantly move to the new and updated version, Internet Explorer 11, which offers better security, enhanced execution, better in reverse similarity, and support for web guidelines.

This version of the web browser will keep on getting fixes and security patches, and also specialized backing on a few versions of Windows, including Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10.

Windows 10 CortanaObviously, clients can likewise move to Microsoft's new web browser, Microsoft Edge, on the off chance that they additionally move to a Windows 10 . This successor to IE is the inherent browser on Windows 10, and offers a basic outline, access to Microsoft's virtual partner Cortana, and the added capacity to doodle or comment site pages with notes, in addition to other things.

Moreover, in case despite everything you're trudging ceaselessly on Windows Vista (SP2), IE 9 will keep on being bolstered, Microsoft said beforehand. Windows Server likewise offers a few special cases, with IE 9 support on Server 2008 (SP2) and IE 10 support on Server 2012.

The present client base on IE 8 through 10 is sizable – it speaks to about 20 percent of the desktop web browser market.
That is, 4.18 percent of clients are on IE 10, another 6.67 percent utilize IE 9, and 8.95 percent are on IE 8. (according to source via google)

Notwithstanding killing off more seasoned versions of IE, today is likewise the most recent day for Windows 8 bolster, which will likewise no more get security patches and different redesigns taking after today's last Patch Tuesday for the OS.
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That implies Windows 8 clients should move up to Windows 8.1 or Windows 10, keeping in mind the end goal to keep on shielding their PC from security dangers.

Windows 8.1 upgraders will then get support until Jan. 10, 2023, and Windows 10 upgraders will have support until Oct. 14, 2025 after they move to the new OS version.

Microsoft has been intensely pushing its more current OS Windows 10, and said as of late that the working framework is presently running on more than 200 million devices.
 In any case, the organization's bigger objective is to build that figure to over a billion in a couple of years' chance.

By sources, Windows 8 is as yet running on 2-3 percent of PCs, or 30-40 million devices. By ending so as to drive clients' hands support for more seasoned versions, Microsoft is urging those clients to at last discard their obsolete software . (source= TechCrunch)

And for most of the peeps out there , Windows 8 wouldnt be supported along with IE 8-10 , so its time to upgrade to Windows 8.1 or Windows 10 ( free license till July 29th) .

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