Re: Question On Upgradeing to IE 11 from IE 10
I have used IE 11 for a year and a half, and it is just as accessible as IE 10. It works almost exactly the same. It is so similar, that FS never did a webinar on IE 11. It freezes up, and that is why I use Firefox or Chrome much more than IE. However, there are sites that work best if you use IE 11, so it is good to have it. IE 11 is accessible. Have a great one.
From: Tom Behler
Sent: Friday, January 8, 2016 7:10 PM
Subject: Re: Question On Upgradeing to IE 11 from IE 10
So, then, I’m stuck with IE 11 if it successfully installs, even though it may result in lessened accessibility in comparison to IE 10?
Am using Jaws 16 and windows 7 here.
From: Brian Vogel
Since IE is closely integrated into the Windows operating system there cannot be two versions of that software on a single machine at the same time. As Adrian has noted if an IE11 install fails the typical result is an automatic rollback to whatever version of IE you had on your machine before attempting to install it.