Modern browsers provide enhanced security, faster performance, and are easier to use.
Modern browsers update automatically so they stay secure. We support the current and prior release on a rolling basis. When a browser is updated, we stop supporting the third-oldest release.
Download a supported browser:
Our rolling support policy also applies to iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and other devices.
Outdated browsers are a security risk to you because un-patched vulnerabilities may be exploited by malware or hackers. They cannot protect your private information and should always be updated.
Internet Explorer 9 and 10
Microsoft ended IE9 and IE10 support on January 12, 2016 — meaning all security updates have stopped. You should update/switch to a supported browser immediately to protect yourself.
More info: Microsoft » Internet Explorer End of Support
Microsoft ended Windows XP support on April 8, 2014 — meaning all system and security updates have stopped. You should update to a modern operating system immediately to protect yourself.
Internet Explorer 8
IE8 is part of Windows XP, and is now insecure. If you cannot update Windows, then you should switch to the Chrome or Firefox browser immediately.
More info: Microsoft » Windows XP End of Support
We use cutting-edge web technologies to provide the best experience across the widest range of browsers and devices. Old browsers simply don’t support many technologies that are common in modern browsers.
We aim for maximum accessibility, but need to draw the line somewhere. The future is devices of all shapes and sizes. We’re investing in building fluid multi-device experiences instead of making crutches for 5–10 year old browsers.