Internet Explorer is finally dead – and you should probably stop using it

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Internet Explorer is finally dead – and you should probably stop using it

Internet Explorer (IE) 11 is the most recent version of the browser, which debuted back in 2013.“Now that we’ve shipped the new Microsoft Edge, [si

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Internet Explorer (IE) 11 is the most recent version of the browser, which debuted back in 2013.

“Now that we’ve shipped the new Microsoft Edge, [sic] and upgraded most of our Windows 10 customers to the new browser, we’re ending support for the Microsoft Edge Legacy desktop app on March 9, 2021,” the blog post from Microsoft continues. “After March 9, 2021, the Microsoft Edge Legacy desktop app will not receive new security updates.”

In other words, it’s finally time to move away from Internet Explorer and the original Microsoft Edge in favour of the Chromium-based version, or a rival web browser from other companies, like Google Chrome, Opera, or Mozilla Firefox.



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