Updates to Plan browser support


Hi. This post is to let you know of the changes to the “Plan
browser support” article for SharePoint 2010 Products.

Unless otherwise stated,  the latest version of all modern browsers are
supported
. Period.

The browser support matrix table of supported, supported with known limitations,
Not tested, and Not supported has been removed.

The only browser that will clearly state known limitations
is Windows Internet Explorer.

For any third-party browser (including Google Chrome, Firefox,
Apple Safari, etc.) we will support the latest publically released version.
 

For additional information about
Plan browser support, see http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc288142%28v=office.14%29.aspx

For additional information about
Planning for server farms and environments, see http://technet.microsoft.com/library/cc789337

If you have any questions, let us know.

Kirk Stark
Senior Writer, SharePoint Server Platforms Team


 

Comments (9)

  1. Anonymous says:

    Wes,

    Thanks for the feedback. I have made the correction and it will be published next week.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Kaumil,

    Thanks for the feedback.

    No, you do not need a specific CU. The change to the article is that all versions are not going to be tested and only the latest publically version of third-party browsers are supported.

    Regards,

    Kirk Stark

    Senior Technical Writer, SharePoint UA Platforms Team

  3. Anonymous says:

    Somebody,

    Certainly we’ve had issues with the ribbon and Chrome in the past, but we’ve done work to UI to improve the experience here.  Neither the original posting nor your comment lists either the SharePoint or the Chrome version you are using.

    Can you please let us know this information.

    Thanks

    Kirk Stark

    Senior Writer, SharePoint Server Platforms Team

  4. Anonymous says:

    You have a typo at the link for Plan browser support technet.microsoft.com/…/cc263526

    The statement "The following operating systems support Goggle Chrome:" has Google spelt incorrectly.

  5. Kaumil Dalal says:

    Do you need to be running a specific cumulative update to get all browser support?

  6. Scott says:

    Wonderful!!! 🙂  Thanks for the update and the attention to cross-browswer support!

  7. Micron says:

    After reading this, I initially got my hopes up that Microsoft SharePoint 2010 would support browsers running on Linux and Macs. But, after reading the following statement (at technet.microsoft.com/…/cc263526), I found out that only the Windows operating system is fully supported:

    "Some functionality in SharePoint Server 2010 requires the use of ActiveX controls. This produces limitations on browsers which do not support ActiveX."

    Anyone who needs to support a heterogeneous mixture of devices will still not find a solution in SharePoint 2010.

  8. Somebody says:

    not true! still latest version of chrome is not executing onload= method and thus is not loading javascript files of SharePoint 2010 properly. Microsoft should fix it.

  9. mike says:

    Your blog post implies that the current version of all browsers were supported for SharePoint 2010 with no limitations.  But your post directs the user wanting more information to a link for SharePoint 2013.  When you get to the page and choose "other versions" and select SharePoint 2010 you get taken to the same old information about Active-X limitations with other browsers.