.NET Framework and IE Support Terms Altered

A change to Microsoft's support life cycle for the Internet Explorer (IE) Web browser and the .NET Framework means that the company will end support for all but the most recent version of each on Windows. This change is expected to help Microsoft minimize the test surfaces that must be supported for Windows and could help future releases of Windows arrive more frequently and more rapidly. The new policy will require organizations to move to IE 11 and the .NET Framework 4.5.2 in most cases, and both will likely require some applications to be tested or updated in order to work.

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