Google announces the end of support for Google Apps in Internet Explorer 8
When support their products in browsers, Google have a rule: each new version appears, is discontinued support for the third oldest. And in this case, the victim will have to be Internet Explore 8 since shortly after it reaches version 10, Google will no longer support for Google Apps and Google Apps for business, education, and government.
The measure begins to run from the 15th of November. Importantly, this does not mean that you can not enter the aforesaid goods through Internet Explorer, but simply a message recommending the browser update, and thereafter each function or feature updated Google products could not be supported in IE8.
In any case, we should ask if this is really a massive problem, how many of you are still using Internet Explorer 8? The last time I opened an Internet Explorer was when I was setting up my equipment … and to download another browser. Surely many as I have done the same.
Link: Supporting modern browsers: Internet Explorer 8 support discontinued (Google Blog)Tags: browser, Google, Google Apps, google apps for business, Google Apps for Education, Google Apps for Goverment, Internet Explorer