Lifecycle FAQ—Internet Explorer and Edge Content provided by Microsoft Applies to: LifecycleInternet ExplorerEdge Select Product Version All Products Back to the Microsoft Lifecycle Policy home page NOTE: This FAQ was updated on August 29, 2019. Show all What is the Lifecycle Policy for Internet Explorer? What if I'm running a version of the operating system not listed in the table? How long will the most current version of Internet Explorer remain supported? What about Microsoft Edge? What is the Windows 10 enterprise browser story? Is Internet Explorer 11 the last version of Internet Explorer? Does this mean Microsoft is changing the Lifecycle Policy for Internet Explorer? What happens if customers did not move to the latest browser by the end of support on January 12, 2016? What if my enterprise line-of-business (LOB) application has a dependency on a version of Internet Explorer that reached end of support on January 12, 2016? What is the Microsoft guidance if customers run an application that depends on specific Internet Explorer runtime DLLs? If a customer has turned off the Internet Explorer feature, but has a third-party software that uses Internet Explorer runtime DLLs, how can the Internet Explorer runtime DLLs be updated? What resources are available to help customers upgrade? The information on this page is subject to the Microsoft Policy Disclaimer and Change Notice. Return to this site periodically to review any such changes. Last Updated: 27 Sep 2019 Was this information helpful? Yes No Tell us what we can do to improve the article Submit Thanks! Your feedback will help us improve the support experience.