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Next stage: the end of Internet Explorer

Next week, the time has come: With effect from 15th June, Internet Explorer will no longer be supported by certain Windows versions.

Microsoft already initiated the withdrawal of their well-known web browser last year. Yet since this is a very popular utility also used by many other programs, its withdrawal is being implemented in stages.

On 15th June, another milestone in this process will be reached. From this day on, no further (security) updates will be published for certain systems.

It is time to switch to a more up-to-date browser. A current browser will ensure you don’t just visit our own website, but the whole of the Internet in a more secure fashion from now on.

A list of current browsers can be found here: www.ebas.ch/en/browser


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