Re: Internet Explorer support life cycle from Microsoft
That is good to know. I wonder if that is because Edge is not yet as accessible with a screen reader and the Federal government has to follow, or appear to follow, the accessibility guidelines.
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The US Federal Government Agency which I perform contract work for, has locked out Microsoft Edge for Windows 10. Internet Explorer is still preferred along with Google Chrome and Firefox.
FYI. The link to the full page is at the end.
NOTE: This FAQ was updated on January 30, 2019.
Internet Explorer is a component of the Windows operating system and follows the Lifecycle Policy for the product on which it is installed. A component is defined as a set of files or features that are included with a Microsoft product,
whether it is shipped with the product, included in a product service pack or update, or later made available as a web download for the product.
*Windows Vista SP2 reached end of support on January 12, 2016.
**Windows 10 features Microsoft Edge. Microsoft recommends using Microsoft Edge as your default browser and supports Internet Explorer 11 for backward compatibility.