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More than half of all IE users face patch axe in 10 months

Gregg Keizer | March 26, 2015
The majority of IE users face a support retirement deadline that Microsoft unexpectedly announced last August.

Many companies standardized on 2009's browser because it was the last supported by Windows XP and can run on Windows 7.

Users' reliance on IE8 has slipped less than five percentage points in the last six months, hinting that it will be very difficult to eradicate, Microsoft's support policy notwithstanding.

IE users can find more information about the planned obsolescence in a FAQ Microsoft has published on its website.

 

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