Requiem for Internet Explorer: Microsoft Announces Retirement

After more than 25 years in the market, Internet Explorer will die. Microsoft has already announced the definitive withdrawal of the browser. The desktop app will no longer be supported as of June 15, 2022 with certain versions of Windows 10 and the tech giant will stop supporting you.

It’s the end of an era. For many years, Internet Explorer was the go-to program for accessing Internet content, but its decline has been gradual and fewer and fewer users connect through it. Microsoft does not, however, give up having its own browser.

«The future of Internet Explorer in Windows 10 is in Microsoft Edge«, The company assures in the statement in which it announces the final goodbye of the tool. The one that begins is the »next stage« of a journey undertaken long ago by the firm created by the now billionaire Bill Gates.

“Microsoft Edge is not only a faster, safer and more modern browsing experience than Internet Explorer, but it can also address a key concern: support for legacy and legacy websites and applications «, details.

In this way, true fans of the retirement program can access through Edge to the “IE mode” allowing ActiveX controls and page support They are still based on the Internet Explorer standards.

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