Microsoft apps and services to end support for Internet Explorer 11

Published: December 14, 2020

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Internet Explorer 11 (IE 11) is a component of the Windows operating system and follows the Lifecycle Policy for the product on which it is installed. For customers who have business-critical, line-of-business apps running on IE 11 today, IE 11 continues to be a supported browser.

However, to enable a better, more innovative online experience, we encourage customers to move to the new Microsoft Edge. With Internet Explorer mode in the new Microsoft Edge, you can standardize on one browser -- seamlessly experiencing a modern website in one tab while accessing a legacy IE 11 website in another.

We have announced that these Microsoft apps and services will no longer support Internet Explorer 11 (IE 11) as of the below dates. The recommended browser is the new Microsoft Edge. Go here to download.

Web app or service IE11 no longer supported*
Microsoft Teams web app November 30, 2020
Azure DevOps December 31, 2020
Azure Portal web app March 31, 2021
Microsoft 365 apps and services
Microsoft Dynamics 365
Microsoft Power Platform
Microsoft Power Platform
My suite of products (such as My Apps, My Account, My Access, and My Groups)
August 17, 2021

*Note: Using Internet Explorer mode in the new Microsoft Edge will not extend IE 11 access to Microsoft apps and services beyond the dates listed above.

For customers using IE 11 to access Microsoft apps and services, or using the legacy version of Microsoft Edge, support options are available to help transition to the new Microsoft Edge.

  • Customers with Microsoft Unified Support can reach out to that support service for help transitioning to the new Microsoft Edge.

  • For customers looking to plan, deploy, or adopt Microsoft Edge, there's FastTrack. FastTrack is available to customers with 150 or more paid seats of Windows 10 Enterprise. To get started, submit a Request for Assistance through the FastTrack site.

  • For customers who prefer to get started on their own, self-guided deployment and configuration materials, including a series from Microsoft Mechanics, are available on Docs.