Microsoft will retire Internet Explorer on June 15, 2022, on certain versions of Windows 10. Microsoft Edge has replaced Internet Explorer and contains a built-in mode that allows access to legacy websites directly within the new browser. This change also means any third-party extensions such as Qualtrics running on Internet Explorer will end their support for this platform.
Microsoft Edge offers better security, increased privacy, and more robust browser customization. IS&T recommends Microsoft Edge or Google Chrome as the primary browser for all applications.
Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome both share the same underlying codebase. This means that all websites that support Google Chrome should work identically with Microsoft Edge. You can install all Chrome-based extensions inside of Edge. Microsoft Edge is also available on macOS and mobile device platforms.
To prepare for this change, we recommend you switch from Internet Explorer to Edge as soon as possible to avoid any potential issues.
Please review the links below to get more information and learn how to make the switch:
- The Future of Internet Explorer on Windows 10 is in Microsoft Edge
- Internet Explorer Desktop App Retirement FAQ
- Make the Switch from Internet Explorer to Microsoft Edge
- How to load a site in Internet Explorer compatibility mode
For technical assistance, please contact the Service Desk at 714-997-6600 or email@example.com.
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