What browser should I use for Yahoo Mail?

What browser should I use for Yahoo Mail?

Opera Browser Opera is the best option for Yahoo Mail browser to use on your Windows 10 PC. It’s lightning-fast, has a ton of features, and it’s low resource consuming.

Does IE9 still work?

For versions of Windows where Internet Explorer 9 was the final version of Internet Explorer available, support ended alongside the end of support for that version of Windows. On January 14, 2020, Microsoft released the final IE9 update for Windows Server 2008, marking the end of IE9 support on all platforms.

Should you still use Internet Explorer?

“The Internet Explorer 11 (IE11) desktop application will be retired on June 15, 2022, for certain versions of Windows 10. This means that the IE11 desktop application will no longer be supported and afterward will redirect to Microsoft Edge if a user tries to access it.”

Do I still need to support Internet Explorer?

Short answer: No, you shouldn’t. While Internet Explorer is universally unpopular, it is still installed by default in the latest Windows 10 computers we use today.

How do I go back to Edge from Internet Explorer?

1) Open Edge >> navigate to any webpage of your choosing by typing the site into the URL address bar. 2) Select the top menu button (three dots in the upper right) >> click “Open with Internet Explorer.” This will open the IE browser and RoboForm should already be attached.

Why is ie8-10 not being used anymore?

There are plenty of sites supporting IE8-10, due that users are not able to upgrade their working computers, even those users represent a considerably amount of traffic, and stop supporting them means loosing users.

When will Microsoft end support for IE 11?

It ended support for previous versions in 2016. Microsoft 365 and other apps will stop supporting IE 11 on August 17th. Microsoft has urged users who are still clinging onto IE 11 to move to Edge (or another browser, if you prefer) before it ends support next June.

Do you support IE8 and up?

Supporting IE8 and up is an accessibility requirement here, and with good reason; users with assistive technology may not be able to upgrade. You put your wishes as developer first if you must, but you’ll be exposing your clients to possible lawsuits and your company deserves to go out of business.

Do we need to support old IES?

Your case looks quite specific, usually not supporting old IEs means to abandon some small amount of traffic and income as a part of our social responsibility. If your business is dependent on critical users using old IEs, you need to support it but I would be looking at the ways how these users can upgrade their insecure OS.