Microsoft "violence" Windows 10 of the heart, look like the nine head of cattle are not back. January 2016, Microsoft will stop support for the old version of the IE browser. However, given that there are still hundreds of millions of users who have not been upgraded, the company is ready to take more aggressive action, so that everyone is aware of the upcoming milestone. Specifically, after January 12th, Microsoft will be sent to the Windows 7 SP1 and Server 2008 SP1 R2 users to send annoying browser upgrade notification.
According to @rodtrent broke the news, in this week's release of a consultation, we learned that Microsoft will be in January 12th, the two operating system to push the new IE browser to send a new life cycle update notification - whether it is 32 or 64.
As 8.x Windows and Windows 10 on the default browser (the latest Edge will not say), Explorer Internet 11 will become the only to continue to be supported by Microsoft's older version of the browser, the earlier version is unable to get the update through Update Windows.
As for Vista Windows, Microsoft simply did not give it the opportunity to install IE11 (even IE10), because it is the highest only support to IE9. Of course, you can use Firefox Mozilla or Chrome IE11 as a substitute for Google.