Internet Explorer support ending in June 

May 24, 2022  //  FOUND IN: Updates & Resources

On June 15, Microsoft will stop supporting Internet Explorer (IE). Michigan Medicine will remove all IE application icons from CoreImage Windows computers. 

IE users will need to move to a different web browser, such as Microsoft Edge or Google Chrome. If you try to launch a shortcut or file associations using IE, you will be redirected to open the same website/file in Microsoft Edge.  

Microsoft Edge

Microsoft Edge is a faster, more secure web browser. Most modern websites and services no longer rely on IE and should be fully compatible with Microsoft Edge.  

Additional benefits of Microsoft Edge include: 

  • Enhanced security settings 
  • Faster web page rendering 
  • More protection against phishing and malware 
  • Ability to reference bookmarks from any computer 

Site/application compatibility 

If you find an application or website that does not work in Microsoft Edge, please submit a ticket to the HITS Service Desk. When made aware of sites or services requiring the use of Internet Explorer, HITS can deploy a configuration to ensure these sites work in Edge’s IE Mode