Getting Beyond Internet Explorer with Joel Hawks

About Show #814

The Internet Explorer 11 desktop application retires and goes out of support on June 15, 2022. Are you ready? Richard talks to Joel Hawks about what retirement actually means - the IE11 icon disappears, and only the Edge browser remains. But IE is not gone, it runs inside of Edge instead. Joel talks about getting away from depending on IE at all, by going through an evaluation process of web applications to see whether or not they actually depend on IE, or can run properly using the Edge rendering engine. There are a number of tools to help with this migration, including the Microsoft FastTrack service - give them a call!


Recorded January 13, 2022


Julie Andreacola is a Senior Premier Field Engineer with Microsoft specializing in client operating systems. For the last 18 years, she has been working for medium to large enterprises in Retail, Finance, Pharmaceutical and K-12 Education. Her areas of focus include Windows 10 deployment, Configuration Manager, Windows Security patching, Application Compatibility, and PowerShell scripting, In her free time, she enjoys trying out great local restaurants, travel, and cheering on the Virginia Tech Hokies with her husband, Michael. She and her husband won the National Gingerbread House competition in November 2018 and appeared in the Gingerbread Giants TV show on Food Network channel.

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