Internet Explorer 11

Consistent, reliable web browsing on Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10, with the security, performance, backward compatibility, and modern standards support that large organizations need.


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Find information and tips to help you assess compatibility and prioritize processes as you plan for Internet Explorer 11.

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Get started with compatibility

Find out how to extend your company's investment in older web apps through higher compatibility with older rendering engines while moving forward to a more modern browser like Internet Explorer 11.

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Using Enterprise Mode

Learn how to avoid the common compatibility problems associated with web apps written and tested on older versions of Internet Explorer by using Enterprise Mode.


Find the resources you need to successfully deploy Internet Explorer 11 in your organization.

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Customize Internet Explorer 11

The Internet Explorer Administration Kit (IEAK) simplifies the creation, deployment, and management of customized Internet Explorer packages. You can use the IEAK to configure the out-of-box Internet Explorer experience or to manage user settings after deployment.


Find everything you need to manage Internet Explorer 11 effectively in your organization. Get information on Group Policy, blocked out-of-date ActiveX controls, scripts, and more.

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Enforce settings with Group Policy

Learn how to use Group Policy to enforce settings on the computers in your organization.

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Standardize with Group Policy preferences

Group Policy preferences simplify deployment and standardize configurations, but unlike Group Policy, they can later be changed by users.

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Blocked out-of-date ActiveX controls

Find out more about the out-of-date ActiveX control blocking security feature available in Internet Explorer.


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