Microsoft released an updated version of Internet Explorer this month, and it’s available as a free download on Windows 8.1, Windows 7, and Windows Phone 8.1. To increase your security and privacy, it’s important that you use the latest version of any software, but especially your web browser. This new version of Internet Explorer also includes new features that make it easier to browse the web on a variety of devices.
Learn more at the Internet Explorer blog.
If you have automatic updating turned on, you already have the latest version of Internet Explorer.
Learn how to get updates like this one, as well as security updates for all your Microsoft software automatically.
Hey Microsoft, I have read the news on this security flaw. Now, this is really going to force me to stop using IE for good. Thank you.
I am a principal engineer and was responsible for software bugs. You may have stopped support for "XP" like new features but you are responsible for bugs in your software that you missed. Like the auto industry, when a problem is found in an old car, they are still responsible to recall the cars and fix them. Therefore, you have to fix internet explorer for XP computers if you don't want a class action lawsuit filed. Please take my comments into consideration.
Any news on the Security Flaw for IE? When will fix be ready?
This is why I've replaced Windows w/ Ubuntu Linux...stop using Windows all together!
So you wait until you cancel the support for widows xp before announcing the bug. I sold all my stocks in Windows today and am switching to Safari and Chrome.
I not giving permison. To my son. Fernando. To order. Al this games. I don't. Want to cancel. My cart so please. Stop. Leting him buying. All this games. Thanks petra
I donot. Know. Abaut this games. That he is buying. Please stop. This things becase I not givin. Permission to buy anything this is the 22nd time that I write about. It.
my company still uses xp.
we know that xp is no longer supported, but is the explorer fix will work also on xp OS?
Zero day code exploit in IE has required me to recommend halting use of IE altogether until entire code base is purged and ground up new IE is released (after significant real-world testing).
So is IE fixed or do I find another server
Why did you decide to stop servicing Windows XP with so many of us still using it? I only hope your security patch for my internet explorer works if you have installed it.