The Osano consent management platform now includes a legacy browser support toggle.
Within a website’s code includes everything required for the site to function. That lump sum of code is called a “bundle.” The bigger the bundle, the slower a site will load.
Because very few sites use Internet Explorer 11, Osano now allows customers to disable Legacy Browser Support off, which will remove support for older browser such as IE11 from the bundle, decreasing the time it takes the page to load.
Why does this matter?
One element of SEO is page performance. Customers who don’t need to support IE 11 now have the ability to turn off support for end-of-life legacy browsers. Osano performance is improved when legacy browser support is disabled.