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You might not have been aware that IE can still be used in Windows In this beginners guide we show you how to easily get to it anytime you want. Activate Cortana either by saying "Hey Cortana, open Internet Explorer," or by typing in the box if you're not using voice or have Cortana disabled. Internet Explorer will show up immediately to be opened for use.
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Internet Explorer. See all comments I need it still for Citrix support. Yeah, there are a lot of extensions people miss now. Java is absent as well. Java not being in edge is a good thing in my opinion. Not when you need it :P. For this reason IE is still around.
No sense is making Edge slower with junk. Good point! Exactly: we do not need yet another legacy-supporting web browser. Edge is supposed to be free from Active X also. Citrix and Java are not "legacy". There are many organization you proably ignore they exist that use those software. Even hospitals rely on Internet Explorer just because it has support for Java and extensions that make powerful applications available with customization and control over the browser with group policies.
Edge is not a choice for them right now, and that just pushes browsers fragmentation even more. They are legacy technologies. Support for them is going to die very soon. Java, Flash et al are going to be totally extinct in a few years.
You said it, "in a few years". In the meanwhile Sure, but someone has to bring the change. And they left IE for people, who actually need them. You don't seem to understand how enterprise works.
There are systems out there that currently use software that was developed in the 80's and they won't update because it works. I agree, that both are in a decline, but you're nuts to think they will be completely gone "in a few years". Innovation in technology requires updates at some point. Else, competition in business will eventually override this "it works" mentality and put them out of business.
Case in point: Microsoft sticking with Windows Vista instead of going after Apple with iPhone with their existing Windows Mobile platform at the time. Enterprise does not care the slightest about that unless it brings security concerns. We still support systems that require comparability settings for IE5 to work properly.
As many others have said Hospitals and other enterprises still have software that are reliant on windows XP or older. A chain salon I go has an online booking system. You login, you check the time then you book the stylist. The touchscreen of the cashier in the salon shows a web page using IE, you touch-screen-enter your ID, dump all your coins and notes into the cashier in 1 go, then it spit out the changes, updates your account.
Hospitals still use XP. I was at one today and noticed this on one of their PCs. Hospitals hold onto technology longer than other fields, they are not a good indicator that something isn't legacy! Posted via the Windows Central App for Android. I still use it for browsing. IE is faster at rendering a usable page. Must be old Citrix if you don't have receiver setup? So much faster and easier to use it from the taskbar. Never tried that.
Not sure if that would work for me. I do contract work for a company and need to connect to their site using Citrix address. So they have control over how it's set up and what not. Where do I find what you're talking about? Need 1password and lastpass plugins. There's a lastpass plugin for edge. Don't know about 1password though. Yeah I need unity 3d support. It's called Edge.
Plugins are being phased out of every browser and extensions are coming to Edge later this year. More like next week lol. Cryio is exactly right. Edge renders a page exactly how Google, Firefox, and Safari do. IE is used solely for web apps that need those extensions. I am a bit torn between the positive and negative things extensions bring to a [popular] web browser. This is because the "standard web browser" in an OS is going to be attacked a lot more than other web browsers in terms of security if the user base of Windows 10 continues to climb in the rate it is doing right now.
This means that novice users who look for the "e" symbol in Windows is the kind of person who might say "Yes" to every dialog window that pops up when they use their computer.
This means that malicious web browser extensions will get installed. The question is only when we are going to see this in the news and how it will impact Microsoft's reputation in the eyes of the general public. Of course, you do want to attract the power users who today use Chrome and Firefox and make them permanently switch to using Edge. At the same time, the novice users should be protected per default from installing the malicious extensions that will indeed be created at some point, given enough user base of the browser.
I have seen this behaviour in users already, novices who use Google Chrome and accept every "Yes" dialog, regardless of the content.
It's the same kind of people who download the "free" freeware software from popular download pages on the web and automatically click yes to installing the bundle of extras, as well as accepting to change the default search engine setting from Google, Bing, Yahoo, DuckDuckGo or something else, to using an adware-infected search engine instead.
So, what is the best way to keep everyone happy, then? Perhaps Edge should make sure all extensions are off by default and requires an admin password to activate the first time you want to enable extensions. Also make sure all extensions are approved by Microsoft and signed with security certificates.
Right now, Edge is supposed to be encapsulated in a sandbox environment I think? In the end, I don't know. It is not easy to make everyone happy. Most people want ease of use, functionality and security, but getting all three perfect is tricky. I'm sure they'll have a GPO for edge extensions. Edge has plugin support. Devs just have to port their plugins to edge. Email them and ask them to do so. They definitely need too add Citrix support sooner than later so I can say adios to Chrome and Internet Explorer.
I'm confused with what you mean by citrix support. My company uses citrix heavily and as long as you have the latest receiver app which is a free download from citrix. I use the citrix receiver modern app. It works fine for me.
Unfortunately , true.