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Because Windows 7, 8 requires people to upgrade to Microsoft Windows Explorer 11
Microsoft formally discontinued on Tuesday (January 12) Microsoft supports releases 7 through 10 of IE, meaning that the Microsoft will no longer publish browser safety updates. Persons who do not use the Microsoft web browser may have ignored this message, but a Microsoft staff member warned that computer users should pay close attention to what IE edition they used.
Last Friday (8 January), Pat Altimore, a development advisor in the Microsoft Services Premier Developer Group, published an updated article in his blogs explaining that even if older Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 platforms use IE 11 on their computer, even if they don't use it, they need to upgrade to IE 11, because without IE 11 some security-based Windows component maintenance is not available.
Luckily, Microsoft makes it simple to get the latest and safest web browser and we have a step-by-step guide to keep you up to date: you can directly downloaded Microsoft's IE from Microsoft, but if you turn IE to automatic updating, you don't have to think about it anymore: 1. Click the start button.
Enter "Internet Explorer". Choose I Explorer. Choose About Microsoft Explorer. Click to clear the option next to Autoinstall New Versions. Now, IE keeps up to date and Windows keeps its web browsing up to date for you.