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One of the things that drove much of this coverage was that it coincided with the end of support for Windows XP.
Of course we’re proud that so many people loved Windows XP, but the reality is that the threats we face today from a security standpoint have really outpaced the ability to protect those customers using an operating system that dates back over a decade.
This is why we’ve been encouraging Windows XP customers to upgrade to a modern, more secure operating system like Windows 7 or Windows 8.1.
Even though Windows XP is no longer supported by Microsoft and is past the time we normally provide security updates, we’ve decided to provide an update for all versions of Windows XP (including embedded), today.
Gone are the days when Microsoft was trying to push its infamous browser, Internet Explorer, to users out there.
Several operating systems and lots of work later, Redmond even decided to give up its deprecated product entirely in favor of a rebranded, more capable alternative, Microsoft Edge.
And when you turn on auto update, we make sure your computer and your browser get better all the time.
Select the check box for the updates and click "Download" if you want to install them.
IE is part of the operating system and therefore only updates via Microsoft Updates.
If you haven’t turned on automatic updates yet, you should do so now.
Click the “Check for Updates” button on the Windows Update portion of your Control Panel to get this going.
You can thus work with multiple tabs simultaneously, store your favorite websites to bookmarks, with the possibility of customizing the folder structure as you see fit, as well as keep track of your browsing history using various filters.