Modern browsers enable things like Edthena

Edhtena is a technology platform that’s focused on schools. And yet, schools sometimes don’t have the right technology upgrades to support technology like Edthena. 

Sure, the computers are powerful enough. Sure, the internet bandwidth is there. But the software — mainly the browser — that users have may not deliver the best experience. 

This is why we’re so excited by Microsoft’s announcement to automatically update Internet Explorer for all users.

LOTS of schools are still running LOTS of computers with Windows XP with old versions of IE. Now, teachers won’t have to worry about what version software they have. And IT departments won’t have to worry about capacity to update everyone over time. 

Everybody wins here. Thank you, Microsoft.

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