Microsoft Edge To Force-Load On Some Websites For Diehard Internet Explorer Users
This month, Microsoft sent an email out to businesses warning them of the phaseout of Internet Explorer and how it would affect them. At that time, Microsoft said Internet Explorers support would be “ending for Microsoft accounts and other services on November 13th.” Now, Microsoft is forcing the public off Internet Explorer with a list of websites that will no longer load in IE.
This way of forcing people over to Edge is a bit invasive and could be an unwelcome addition for some. Thus, Microsoft will be providing policies to disable or manage the feature for enterprise customers. Disabling the feature, though, may not be the best idea, as IE is still on the way out. Users need to start getting used to a new browser early, so Microsoft is forcing hands. In any case, let us know what you think of this IE to Edge transition action in the comments below.
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