Microsoft Teams will cease engaged on Internet Explorer 11 (IE 11) from right now, November 30. The firm had made the announcement that Microsoft 365 apps and companies will now not assist Internet Explorer 11 in August. Microsoft Teams net app is the primary to cease performance on the browser, in what appears to be an try to migrate customers over to the newer Microsoft Edge. Edge will assist Microsoft 365 apps and the corporate says it can allow “better, more innovative online experiences”.
Back in August, Microsoft announced that Microsoft 365 apps and companies will cease supporting Internet Explorer 11 by August 2021. The first app to drop assist for the browser is Microsoft Teams, the corporate’s video conferencing app that has seen vital development this 12 months owing to the continuing pandemic and make money working from home necessities. As per an August 17 blog post by the corporate, Teams will cease supporting IE 11 from November 30. Microsoft Edge, nonetheless, will assist Teams and the browser has been designed to supply “faster and more responsive web access to greater sets of features in everyday toolsets like Outlook, Teams, SharePoint, and more”.
Further, from March 9 subsequent 12 months, assist for the older Microsoft Edge, referred to as Microsoft Edge Legacy, will finish. First launched about two 12 months in the past, Microsoft Edge has been rebuilt on the Chromium open supply engine and now comes pre-installed with Windows 10 model 20H2 and past. Because of this new Edge browser, assist for Microsoft Edge Legacy will finish and it’ll not obtain any safety updates.
Then, from August 2021, Microsoft 365 apps and companies moreover Teams will now not assist IE 11 and customers should change to Edge for continued assist. Microsoft recommends the brand new Edge browser for many who are utilizing Microsoft 365 apps and companies on IE 11 or favor Microsoft Edge Legacy browser. It has a variety of assist choices to assist customers with the transition.
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