You might also be familiar with some older plug-ins, such as Java and Quick Time, although these aren't too common anymore.Note: If you're using a mobile device instead of a laptop or desktop, you won't need to worry about updating your plug-ins manually.You can add sites one at a time, or in bulk from a text or XML file.Use the Web Application Compatibility Lab Kit to set the Enterprise Site tools up quickly; it's a pre-built virtual environment with Windows 7 or 10 and the Enterprise Mode Site List Manager and Discovery Toolkit already installed.
It's worth pointing out that some web browsers will update all of your plug-ins automatically.
For example, you'll need a plug-in called Adobe Flash Player to view some videos.
Other common plug-ins include Adobe Reader, which lets you view PDF files in your browser; and Microsoft Silverlight, which is often required for video sites like Netflix.
Microsoft hasn't given specific dates yet; IE11 is coming to the Update Catalog sometime in spring 2019 (which likely means before the end of June), with the other upgrade options coming later in 2019.
That means you won't have many months to test and validate IE11 on any systems where you're still using IE10, so you will want to plan your test labs and pilot rings now.
If you're using a browser like Internet Explorer, you may need to update your plug-ins from time to time.