With automatic updates and notifications, keeping your Internet browser up to date has never been easier, so you should always have the latest security fixes and features for your favorite browser.
For Windows XP, Internet Explorer maxes out at IE8, available from the IE8 download page. See Get More Help for information about contacting me on social networks or via email, posting on tech support forums, and more.
Not sure what version of Windows is installed in your computer? Let me know exactly the problem you're having with the IE update, what Windows operating system you're using, the version of IE you have now, and the one you're trying up upgrade to.
You might want to update Internet Explorer for any of several different reasons.
Maybe you heard that Microsoft released a new version of their web browser and you'd like to try it out.
You'll see Internet Explorer updates listed under "Important Updates." If Windows is set to update automatically, then IE will be kept up to date as well.
Firefox notifies you when an update is available, and you can check for updates manually by hitting the "Check for Updates" button (find it by opening the Help menu and selecting "About Firefox").
You'll need to update Internet Explorer to do that.
Perhaps you're dealing with a problem with Internet Explorer and other troubleshooting steps haven't worked.
This is done with care not to annoy, lock out or erroneously notify visitors!