Support for Internet Explorer 9 Ends September 1

Support for Internet Explorer 9 Ends September 1

Knowing when to call it quits is often a good thing, even in the world of software and technology. So, it was no surprise when Microsoft announced on January 12, 2016, it was no longer providing technical support, security updates or compatibility fixes for Internet Explorer versions 8, 9 and 10. Internet Explorer 11 and Microsoft Edge offer customers a better way, and Microsoft has been encouraging everyone to upgrade now ahead of the switch. Especially as MS Edge and Explorer 11 will the only supported versions moving forward.

In response to Microsoft's announcement, Certify has also made the decision to end support for Internet Explorer versions 8, 9, and 10; our support for IE9 ends September 1, 2017. If your organization is using an older version of Internet Explorer, we recommend upgrading to version 11 as soon as possible. This will ensure you're able to take advantage of new security, performance, and support features.

Certify has already phased out support for IE8, and details for when we'll end support for IE 10 will be announced soon. Of course, we understand there may be valid reasons for your organization to continue using an older version of the software. Please contact your Certify account manager or support specialist with any questions.

Read more about Microsoft's end of support for older versions of Internet Explorer here. 

Learn more information about Internet Explorer 11, including how to upgrade, here.