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Microsoft ends the romance with the Internet Explorer

On Valentine's Day of all days, Microsoft has to end the life of the Internet Explorer on Windows 10 devices.

Abrupt end for the Internet Explorer; Image: RND

Last year, Microsoft discontinued support for the Internet Explorer. Today on Valentine's Day, the company released an update that finally disables the browser on Windows 10 devices. The browser will no longer be accessible.

Some exceptions exist. Long-term Windows 10 business licenses and Windows 10 China Government Edition will still have the browser available. Explorer Mode in Microsoft Edge will also still be available. This mode is expected to run until 2029.


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