Web browsing in Windows 10 will provide more flexibility to enterprises and the new operating system will ship with two internet browsers. To prepare for the move to Windows 10, many organizations will need to upgrade and replace aging versions of Internet Explorer (IE). To understand the scope of the browser migration issue, we polled our recent webinar audience and asked what versions they where still supporting in their organizations. The results show that many companies still run a number of older IE versions that all will reach their end of support in just a few months (January 2016). A small percentage (3.5%) still have IE 7 in production, IE 8 is still in use by 33% of the audience, IE 9 by 40%, and 36% of respondents are still maintaining IE 10.
In this Webinar with Fred Pullen, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Microsoft, talks about the history of Internet Explorer and answers questions about migrating to IE 11and provides an overview of the new Microsoft Edge browser that will debut with Windows 10. Find the webinar on demand here http://learn.flexerasoftware.com/AR-WBNR-Win10-App-Planning-Compatibility.
Learn how you can test your web applications for compatibility with Internet Explorer 11 using AdminStudio Application Compatibility.