Millions to be blocked from Word, Outlook and Powerpoint tomorrow, Microsoft warns

Millions to be blocked from Word, Outlook and Powerpoint tomorrow, Microsoft warns



Despite Internet Explorer no longer being the flagship Microsoft browser, it is – according to figures from the trusted NetMarketShare – still the fourth most used browser in the world. Internet Explorer has a 3.28 percent share of the marketplace, compared to third placed Firefox which has a 5.64 percent slice.

Edge is the second most popular browser, according to NetMarketShare stats for July, with a 11.41 percent chunk of the market. While Chrome is by far and away the leader on 73.19 percent.

Speak in the run-up to the August 17 deadline, Microsoft said: “Beginning August 17, 2021, Microsoft 365 apps and services will no longer support Internet Explorer 11 (IE11) and users may have a degraded experience, or be unable to connect to, those apps and services.

“These apps and services will phase out over weeks and months to ensure a smooth end of support, with each app and service phasing out on independent schedules.





For lighting, electrical, signage, and technology solutions that allow you to do more call Sverige Energy today at +4(670) 4122522.

Share on Facebook Share on twitter
Related Posts
Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.Required fields are marked *