IT administrators and end users alike must know what to expect from Windows 10 browsers, because it's not quite business as usual.
Microsoft Edge is now the default browser for Windows 10 users and Internet Explorer 11 is the only version of that browser Microsoft still supports. These changes mean new features and new compatibility concerns to look out for.
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Put your knowledge of the key features of Edge to the test. And see if you know what admins can do to deliver pre-Internet Explorer 11 versions of browsers to users working with legacy applications.
Use Group Policy settings to secure Internet Explorer 11
A closer look at Edge security
What makes Internet Explorer security a challenge?