Removal of support for Internet Explorer 9 & 10

April 03, 2017

Greetings GlassFroggers!

As many of you know, on January 12th, 2016, Microsoft ended support for Internet Explorer 9 & 10 (released in March 2011 and September 2012 respectively) as outlined in their Internet Explorer Lifecycle Policy FAQ.

Since then, many websites have also ended their support for IE 9 & 10, and it’s time for us to follow suit.

On May 1st, 2017, Internet Explorer 9 & 10, will no longer be supported by GlassFrog.

Why GlassFrog?! Why?!

Internet Explorer 9 was released over 6 years ago, and Internet Explorer 10 over 4 years ago.

In January 2016, Microsoft removed support for Internet Explorer 9 & 10, and since then, the browsers haven’t received updates in over a year. They contain many security vulnerabilities that cause harm and will not be resolved by Microsoft. They also no longer are able to deal with the complexities of today's modern web. In particular they struggle with modern JavaScript.

What will happen after May 1st, 2017?

After May 1st, 2017, Internet Explorer 9 and 10 users will no longer be able to access GlassFrog, and will be redirected to a page with instructions on how to upgrade their browsers.

What do I need to do?

You need to upgrade to a modern web browser. We're big fans of Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. For more info on which browsers we support, check out GlassFrog Target Platforms.

Who should I contact if I need help or have questions?

Please contact with any additional questions.