• Microsoft Is Retiring The Internet Explorer Browser

    13 days ago - By Geek News Central

    Microsoft has announced it will kill off its much-maligned legacy internet browser Internet Explorer close to 27 years after it graced desktop computers in 1995, The Guardian reported. From June 15, the desktop app will be disabled and users will be redirected to Microsoft's Edge browser instead.
    On the Windows Experience Blog , Microsoft explained what happens now for everyday users.
    The future of Internet Explorer is in Microsoft Edge. Internet Explore has been retired and is no longer supported. If any site you visit needs Internet Explorer, you can reload it with IE mode in Microsoft...
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  • Remembering Internet Explorer, the now-dead browser that once powered the Internet

    Remembering Internet Explorer, the now-dead browser that once powered the Internet

    13 days ago - By Ars Technica

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    Microsoft's Internet Explorer has died many deaths over the years, but today is the one that counts. The final version of the browser, Internet Explorer 11, will no longer receive support or security updates starting today, and it will gradually be removed from Windows 10 PCs via a Windows Update at some point in the future. It was never installed on Windows 11 PCs at all.
    Microsoft says that people who open Internet Explorer "over the next few months" will "progressively" be redirected toward Microsoft Edge instead, which will offer to import all bookmarks and saved passwords to...
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