To: InfoTech Listserv
From: Enterprise Applications & Solutions Integration
Re: End of support for Internet Explorer 11 on Windows 10
Dear IT colleagues
This is a final reminder that Microsoft will end support and retire Internet Explorer 11 on June 15, for the following versions of Windows 10:
- Windows 10 client SKUs (version 20H2 and later)
- Windows 10 IoT (version 20H2 and later)
A full list of impacted operating systems can be found here.
In preparation for this change, we recommend you take the following actions:
Community members using Internet Explorer 11 on their Windows 10 devices should upgrade to Microsoft Edge or a supported browser such as Chrome as soon as possible. Support for Internet 11 with Microsoft 365 online services previously ended in August 2021.
If your division has sites or services that rely on legacy document modes or ActiveX controls for third-party apps, Microsoft Edge has Internet Explorer mode built in. Internet Explorer mode enables backward compatibility and will be supported through at least 2029.
Please submit a ticket through uoft.me/m365help as soon as possible if you have concerns that your divisional site or service will be impacted by the June 2022 end of service date.
For additional information, please review this FAQ from Microsoft.
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