Microsoft have now stopped support for Internet Explorer 8, 9 and 10 on the more modern operating systems. As of the 12th January only the latest version of the browser for a supported operating system will receive technical support and security updates which means that if you're still using these versions it's probably time to look at upgrading. You can read more about this change as well as the effected operating systems on Microsoft's website.

Not only should you be concerned about data security but you should also consider the implications of this surrounding your website as you may find customers start to inform you that your website doesn't display properly or worst still the navigation stops working. This will in most cases be due to their browser having been upgraded and the HTML and styles are rendered differently.

As it's the start of a new year and time to review and perhaps refresh your website we can help by taking a look at your website and providing you with a report about any necessary changes that you may need to make to help fix any issues within the latest versions of internet Explorer.

You may feel that this is a good time to address the way in which your website responds to mobile and tablet viewing and apply a new template to existing content. Take a look at our article "Making your website mobile friendly" and you will see a suitable approach to match your requirements and budget.

If you would like to discuss updating your website please call 01925 607310 or email info@link-infotec.co.uk

 

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