Just in time for the new year, Microsoft has announced that they will be pulling the plug on Internet Explorer versions 8, 9, and 10 next Tuesday (January 12).
The final patch for these browser versions will be released, and there will be no more security updates or technical support after that.
As with any legacy version retirement, it's never that simple.
Microsoft has several exclusions for older versions of IE on certain operating systems and under certain conditions.
If you are curious if your system or users will be affected, then you should read the details on Microsoft's full announcement here.
This move will push users to upgrade to either Internet Explorer 11
or to Microsoft's new Edge browser, built for Windows 10
For those of you with nostaligic interest, don't worry - we have user agent classifications for all those old versions of IE below: