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Due to the change of Microsoft Support Lifecycle policy, Microsoft has ended support for older Internet Explorer (IE) versions on January 12, 2016.
Microsoft will no longer provide new security updates and patches for older IE versions after the end of support. Therefore we recommend you to upgrade IE to the versions that are supported on each operating system (OS) in any way, such as using Windows Update.
The following (Table 1) is a list of supported OS and IE combinations. (As of January 2016)
|OS||Supported IE versions||Minimum Requirements for OS|
|Windows Server® 2008||
|SP2 and later|
|Windows Server® 2008 R2||IE11||SP1 and later|
|Windows Server® 2012||IE10||-|
|Windows Server® 2012 R2||IE11||-|
|Windows Vista®||IE9||SP2 and later|
|Windows® 7||IE11||SP1 and later|
|Windows® 8||IE11||needs updating to Windows 8.1|
|Windows® 10||IE11, Microsoft Edge||-|
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