3 tips for Internet Explorer 8, 9 and 10 users

As you probably know, IE 8, 9, and 10 will no longer be supported starting from tomorrow. We have prepared a list of tips for IE older version users, so they can use secure browsers. Hope it might be interesting for your readers. Here are the tips.

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A New IE Patch from Microsoft

Microsoft, on 30th March, 2010, made an announcement stating that it would issue a security update for Internet Explorer (IE) in the emergency category. This update is designed to patch up any security gap that has taken place in the last few weeks. The update is, indeed, crucial in that sense. Microsoft is known for its zero tolerance attitudes towards a security breach lest that destroys its goodwill in the market.

The update is, in fact, an update that is out of the previously settled communication method of Microsoft. Microsoft generally issues updates like this once in a month and this time it is breaking that trend. It is worth mentioning contextually that Microsoft Corporation last dispatched a rush Internet Explorer update to its customers in the late January this year. It was intended to repair as many as eight defects in its browser application. Even, one of these defects had been manipulated by the hackers to attack the networks of several business corporations. These networks included those of even the giants like Google and Adobe. This has definitely been regarded as a potential threat to the safety reputation of MS Internet Explorer pretty decisively.






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