Support Ends for Older Versions of Internet Explorer

It is recommended that users in this position either upgrade their Internet Explorer to version 11 forthwith, or install another more robust browser such as Firefox or Google Chrome.

How to Find Which Version of Internet Explorer is on Your Computer.

Menu Bar

Click the Help menu. Older versions of Internet Explorer use a traditional menu system by default, and you can access your version information by clicking the Help menu.

Click About Internet Explorer. This is located at the bottom of the menu. A new window will appear.

Find your version number. The logo will display the general version number you are using, such as Internet Explorer 8. Your exact version will be listed directly beneath the Internet Explorer logo. The longer numbers denote which specific build of the general version you are using.

No Menu Bar

Click the Gear icon. Newer versions of Internet Explorer have done away with the traditional Windows menu bar, and instead are controlled through the Gear icon in the upper-right corner of the Internet Explorer window.

If you have neither a Gear icon nor a menu bar, right-click in blank space in your bookmarks bar and select "Menu Bar" from the menu. Follow the instructions in the next section.

Click About Internet Explorer. This is located at the bottom of the menu. A new window will appear.

Find your version number. The logo will display the general version number you are using, such as Internet Explorer 11. Your exact version will be listed directly beneath the Internet Explorer logo. The longer numbers denote which specific build of the general version you are using.

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