Internet Explorer 10 won’t be supported on Windows Vista

Internet Explorer 10 won’t be supported on Windows Vista

Oh the irony… Windows Vista will become the first operating system to stop supporting future IE (Internet Explorer) releases, starting with IE10, which is due to come out later this year or early next year if it gets delayed. This is Microsoft at its best, realising its mistakes with Vista, and moving on from it as fast as possible, and we don’t think its a bad thing at all.

Why? Because Windows 7 is much much (MUCH) better than Vista, as we recommend running away from Vista as quick as possible, and hopping aboard the Windows 7 (or ‘coming soon’ Windows 8). This news of course is hot on the heels of Microsoft deciding not to support Windows XP with IE9. Of course, more notice would be nice Microsoft, but Vista users are getting plenty of warnings now. Either way, we hope IE10 is worth it.

Featured Image: Sienfeld
Source: Computer World


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