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When is the last day to use Internet Explorer 11?

When is the last day to use Internet Explorer 11?

For customers who have taken a dependency on File Explorer, its use will continue to be supported until August 17, 2021. We recommend that rather than use the Open with Explorer command, a better option is to sync your SharePoint files or move or copy files in SharePoint.

What is the lifecycle policy for Internet Explorer 11?

1 Internet Explorer 11 is a component of the Windows operating system and follows the Lifecycle Policy for the product on which it is installed. Aug 17 2020 11:45 AM Aug 17 2020 11:45 AM

Is the Internet Explorer team dropping support for IE?

@DanCooperstock This post is about the M365 team dropping support for IE from its web sites. M365 team is under the Office division, it has no say over how long IE itself gonna be supported (that is the job of the Windows team). This post affirms that IE would continue to be supported for the duration of Windows lifecycle.

What’s the keep alive time out in Internet Explorer?

By default, Internet Explorer has a KeepAliveTimeout value of one minute and an additional limiting factor (ServerInfoTimeout) of two minutes. Either setting can cause Internet Explorer to reset the socket. More information

Where do I find temporary Internet Files in Internet Explorer?

Also, temporary internet files in Internet Explorer are not the same as the temporary files in Windows. The temporary internet file settings can be accessed through the Internet Explorer Internet Options screen.

What happens when Internet Explorer is idle for one minute?

After the connection is idle for one minute, Internet Explorer resets the connection. A new TCP/IP socket is used to receive additional requests. You may want to change the HTTP KeepAliveTimeout value in Internet Explorer.

How do I change the time out in Internet Explorer?

To change the default time-out value for persistent HTTP connections in Internet Explorer, follow these steps: Click Start, click Run, type regedit, and then click OK. On the Edit menu, point to New, and then click DWORD Value. Type KeepAliveTimeout, and then press ENTER. On the Edit menu, click Modify.