It’s the end of an era as Microsoft announced it was retiring Internet Explorer after almost 27 years.
Many people who used it back then remember the browser – and become very nostalgic about the early days of the Internet.
Microsoft has confirmed that Internet Explorer is no longer supported on their platform. Instead, they would focus on Microsoft Edge, which as “a faster, safer, and more modern browsing experience than Internet Explorer…is able to solve a key concern: compatibility with older, outdated websites and applications.”
As always, social media users have been amused by posting memes and reactions.
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The Internet has, of course, evolved since the dominant days of Internet Explorer.
Today, the Chrome browser is used by about 65 percent of the global browser market, followed by Apple’s Safari at 19 percent, according to internet analytics company Statcounter.
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