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How does browser version compatibility impact my web applications?

Applications are designed with a given set of prerequisites or technical requirements. Those specifications are based upon versions and capabilities available at that point in time. Once delivered, the applications continue to require those dependencies, and changes to those components require validation before changing. Some components may not support features used in the application, or support them in a different way causing the application to break.

The browser application itself is one of the main components of web applications, in addition to external add-ons, script libraries, etc. Changes to any of the various components used in web applications can cause failures, requiring IT administrators to have Proton to ensure they fully understand the complexities of their enterprise web applications.

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