Are you running an old version of Windows or reading this article in an old version of Microsoft’s popular web browser, Internet Explorer? It’s OK, we understand. We all have our own software update horror stories that involve losing key features we rely on or even losing some of our data, and we know it can be difficult to trust again. Interestingly, the majority of those horror stories likely involve Microsoft’s Windows operating system, but that’s neither here nor there.
If you’re desperately clinging to the past and trying your hardest to avoid upgrading to the latest version of Internet Explorer, however, you now have bigger problems on your hands than potentially losing a few bookmarks when you update. More →