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16 January 2020

  • curprev 20:4920:49, 16 January 2020imported>Jforrester 6,486 bytes +465 Split out Windows 7 into its own section and tell people not to use it, given it's EOL.

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31 December 2019

  • curprev 10:5010:50, 31 December 2019imported>Stéphane Bortzmeyerm 5,950 bytes −95 Certificate expired for a year -> dead site -> deleted.

22 December 2019

  • curprev 03:2703:27, 22 December 2019imported>Þjarkur 6,045 bytes −223 Rewrite intro to match the 2020 TLS deprecation. Move unnecessary explanatory notes of Microsoft support to notes (not of interest to the reader). Generally trying to make the relevant links more prominent, could be made more prominent. Someone who knows more about the 2020 deprecation could maybe improve this page.

16 December 2019

  • curprev 03:1803:18, 16 December 2019imported>Emufarmers 6,268 bytes −156 "This means that if you use an old web browser, you can still read pages on Wikipedia, but your browsing activity cannot always be encrypted in a secure way." is no longer accurate, as written, with the latest deprecation, so I'm removing it; these paragraphs should probably be reworked more generally, though, to align with the new policy

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