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Internet Explorer closes forever

The support service officially ends on June 15 , since bug fixes and updates will no longer be implemented in this browser that had been on our computers for 27 years.

RIP, Internet Explorer

Although there were very few users who were still using the Internet Explorer browser ( only 0.45% of Internet users, according to the Statcounter website), the end of support means that important security updates and bug fixes will no longer be implemented. mistakes.

“Over the past year, you may have noticed our move away from Internet Explorer (IE) support, such as an announcement of the end of IE support by Microsoft 365 online services. Today, we’re in the next stage of that journey : We’re announcing that the future of Internet Explorer in Windows 10 is in Microsoft Edge. Microsoft Edge is not only a faster, more secure, and more modern browsing experience than Internet Explorer, but it can also address a key concern: the compatibility with old and legacy websites and apps,” said Sean Lyndersay, Program Manager, Microsoft Edge Partner Group, on his blog.

Of course, there is no problem with the transfer. Edge offers an IE mode for all those users to view dated websites that may not load properly in modern web browsers.

“Microsoft Edge has Internet Explorer mode built in, so you can access those legacy Internet Explorer-based websites and apps right from Microsoft Edge ,” Lyndersay said.

Whether or not you currently use it, this browser puts an end to a very symbolic phase of our use of the Internet. For many, it was the first browser with which to enter the Internet.

Internet Explorer, initially named Windows Internet Explorer, was first released as part of the Plus! for Windows 95 in 1995. It was one of the most widely used browsers in history until it was overtaken by Google Chrome.

Reference: MICROSOFT

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