In February of 2019, Microsoft recommended that its customers stop using Internet Explorer 11. While they continue to release security updates, no new features will be added to the browser. In fact, Microsoft has not added any new functionality to Internet Explorer 11 since mid-2015. What this means is that Internet Explorer 11 has fallen behind the capabilities of other browsers significantly. In order for us to provide you with the best claim management system possible, we have to discontinue support for Internet Explorer 11. We won't stop you from using it but we can no longer guarantee that it will work. Plus, it tends to be very slow. The good news is that there are plenty of options available, all of them free, with some possibly already installed on your computer. Users of Windows 10 already have Microsoft Edge which is the flagship browser for Microsoft. Firefox, Google Chrome, and Vivaldi are also excellent choices.