Internet explorer not updating rss feeds
For the next couple of months, Microsoft is actually still making security fixes for the original Internet Explorer 11 on Windows 7 release, but anyone who wants to use them will have to either download and install them manually, or install them through Windows Server Update Services (WSUS), Windows Intune, or System Center Configuration Manager. This will give conservative corporations only a limited amount of time to actually test and validate the updated Internet Explorer 11. The same is true for most Firefox users as well; security updates and feature updates are wrapped up together, and you'll need the latter to get the former (the exception being the rarely used Extended Support Releases, that give security fixes the features). Microsoft's general approach was to avoid adding new features to existing versions.
For any other Windows browser, this wouldn't be unusual. The company has, from time to time, added features to Internet Explorer without bumping the version number, but these versions were indicated in other ways.
Have you ever noticed that Microsoft Outlook uses the feeds from your IE7 or IE8 common feed list?
If you don’t actually use Outlook as an RSS reader, there’s really no reason to have that feature enabled and wasting space in your mailbox.
This is the Internet Explorer 11 update that corresponds to the Windows 8.1 Update; it doesn't just include security fixes for Microsoft's browser.
If you have a ton of feeds, this could also theoretically speed up Outlook—at the very least it makes your system a little cleaner.
Options from the menu and click the Advanced Options button on the Other tab.
Internet Explorer 11 was pushed out to Windows 7 users as an automatic update, which is good news for Web developers, as it means that more people are running a modern browser with modern features.
Forcing Internet Explorer 11 users to also install this update has the same consequence: it means that everyone running Internet Explorer 11 also has the Web GL and Java Script improvements.