People Magazine reports:
After first announcing the decision last year, Microsoft will shut down Internet Explorer on Wednesday. The move comes about 27 years after the company first debuted the browser. Starting Wednesday, most people who try to open the application will be directed to Microsoft Edge — the company’s newer browser.
Although the browser is nowhere near as popular as it once was, many businesses continue to use Internet Explorer to run internal applications. To counter that, Microsoft has added an Internet Explorer mode on Microsoft Edge that would allow such applications to continue running.
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Microsoft Is Shutting Down Internet Explorer Browser After 27 Years: ‘Sad to See It Go’ https://t.co/eYyKhJpTOF
— People (@people) June 14, 2022