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Internet Explorer 11 versions per microsoft update (KB or MS) RRS feed

  • Question

  • Hello everyone!

    I've checked internet resources and didn't found any information in some suitable table about Internet Explorer 11 versions per KB, for example i mean "MS update (KB, MS) = IE 11.0.9600.18920" and i need this information about all IE 11 versions. Can anyone help me with that? Or maybe i missed some microsoft pages about that.

    Thanks in advance.
    Tuesday, March 20, 2018 2:14 PM

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  • Hi Maksim,

    What exact information did you wonder to know?

    You can search the Internet Explorer 11 in the Microsoft Update catalog.

    Microsoft Update Catalog

    https://catalog.update.microsoft.com/v7/site/Search.aspx?q=Internet%20Explorer%2011

    However you should know that beginning with Windows 10, all update include Internet Explorer was packaged in monthly cumulative update.


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    Wednesday, March 21, 2018 6:21 AM
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  • Hi Karen,

    Thanks for you answer, but this page doesn't contain information about Internet Explorer 11 version as on screenshot below. For example, i need to know information about which kb upgrading IE11 to 11.0.9600.18920 and about all version across kb,ms updates per IE version.

    https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/getfile/1242520

    Wednesday, March 21, 2018 7:04 AM
  • I too am looking for what KB's contain which version updates of IE 11. I have been looking for a month and cannot find an answer or a table.

    For example, our environment has about so many different versions of IE 11 installed on workstations. 

    11.0.9600.18893
    11.1417.10586.0
    11.248.16299.0
    11.850.15063.0
    11.0.9600.18837
    11.540.15063.0
    11.251.16299.0
    11.0.9600.18816
    11.1356.10586.0
    11.0.9600.18921
    11.726.15063.0
    11.192.16299.0
    11.966.15063.0

    We want to know which is the latest version so we can make sure all our machines are standardized and being updated properly. There is no information provided by MS to explain where these versions are located and in which KB has these versions.



    • Edited by ESB711 Wednesday, March 21, 2018 3:40 PM
    Wednesday, March 21, 2018 3:09 PM
  • Hi,

    You are absolutely right, we have next list of IE versions on our workstations and that information will help us to understand standardization of workstation.

    11.0.14393.0
    11.0.9600.16428
    11.0.9600.16672
    11.0.9600.17041
    11.0.9600.18376
    11.0.9600.18524
    11.0.9600.18617
    11.0.9600.18665
    11.0.9600.18738
    11.0.9600.18762
    11.0.9600.18792
    11.0.9600.18816
    11.0.9600.18837
    11.0.9600.18860
    11.0.9600.18893
    11.0.9600.18920
    11.1198.14393.0
    11.1358.14393.0
    11.1480.14393.0
    11.1593.14393.0
    11.1715.14393.0
    11.1770.14393.0
    11.1884.14393.0
    11.1944.14393.0
    11.2007.14393.0
    11.2068.14393.0
    11.248.16299.0
    11.447.14393.0
    11.608.15063.0
    11.786.15063.0
    11.909.15063.0
    11.953.14393.0

    Thursday, March 22, 2018 7:27 AM
  • information will help us to understand standardization of workstation.

    Try using the Windows 10 Update History page to find these.  For example, the 14393 ones are listed under Windows 10 version 1607 and Windows Server 2016  and then the 15063 and 16299 ones are in the next higher versions there. 

    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4000825 
    (BING search for
        windows 10 update history site:support.microsoft.com
    )

    The others make me think of W7 build numbers.  Maybe the ones listed here but not as usefully

    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4009469/windows-7-sp1-windows-server-2008-r2-sp1-update-history 

    (BING search for
        windows 7 update history site:support.microsoft.com
    )

    Looks like one way to get similar version information may be only to download each update's file information .csv file then sort by version.  E.g. it will depend on which IE module gets updated when.  wininet.dll  is a frequent hit but not always.

    Another possible source worth investigating would be the .xml files that the MBSA downloads when doing its checking but it is not as simple to do as it once was.  It only lists security patches but fortunately in the case of IE that is usually sufficient.

    Another example of how we miss the DLL Help Database.

    Otherwise there is this slightly obsolete list which at least explains how you can find the version in the registry and even includes a link to a PowerShell script which could be used for that task's automation.

    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/969393/information-about-internet-explorer-versions 

    FYI



    Robert Aldwinckle
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    Friday, March 23, 2018 4:37 AM
  • I think it would also be helpful to map the KB numbers and IE versions to Adobe Flash version numbers, as this seems to be updated surprisingly often, and usually because of some sort of security concern.
    Wednesday, August 21, 2019 7:19 AM