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+ - Google Ends Internet Explorer 9 Support In Google Apps 1

Submitted by Anonymous Coward
An anonymous reader writes "Google today announced it has discontinued support for Internet Explorer 9 in Google Apps, including its Business, Education, and Government editions. Google says it has stopped all testing and engineering work related to IE9, given that IE11 was released on October 17 along with Windows 8.1. This means that IE9 users who access Gmail and other Google Apps services will be notified "within the next few weeks" that they need to upgrade to a more modern browser. Google says this will either happen through an in-product notification message or an interstitial page."
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Google Ends Internet Explorer 9 Support In Google Apps

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  • Microsoft refuses to make IE newer than 9 available for Windows Vista, and I don't see businesses who bought PCs prior to October 2009 being willing to switch to Chrome over this.

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