IT Freedom’s Guide to Microsoft Edge & Internet Explorer 11

Do you know why most managed IT approaches fail? We do.

Microsoft’s newest browser tools provide businesses with a fantastic advantage, but are you getting the most out of them?

We’re taking a look at the Windows 10 browsing options for your company.


Enterprise Guidance

The default browser for anyone running Windows 10 or Windows 10 mobile is Microsoft Edge. That being said, if you’re using web apps dependent on ActiveX controls, using Internet Explorer 11 is probably a better bet. If you no longer have Internet Explorer 11 it can be downloaded from the Windows store or directly from the Internet Explorer download page.

For those running earlier versions of Internet Explorer, it is strongly recommended that you upgrade to the new version. Internet Explorer 11 is compatible with all versions of Windows since 7, so there isn’t really a worry of legacy apps not working after the migration to the new OS, making for a seamless transition.


Microsoft Edge

The new default browser in Windows 10 is Microsoft Edge. This browser takes everything to a whole new level by actively engaging with the web though innovative features like Cortana, Reading View and Web Note.


Internet Explorer 11

Internet Explorer 11 offers its own set of benefits:


A lot of improvements have been made to Microsoft’s browsers in both security and design. Let us know your thoughts, or if you have any questions on the updates!


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