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The end of the Internet Explorer

Today is the day that Microsoft discontinues support for their Internet Explorer. The following is a throwback.

Internet Explorer goes into retirement; Image: The Guardian

After more than 24 years, the time has come: support for the Internet Explorer will be discontinued today. The browser became particularly successful after the third version of IE became free for users. In 2013, the 13th version of Explorer was released and has remained that way ever since - as you can see from the browser's design.

Internet Explorer has been increasingly replaced with Microsoft's Edge browser from time to time. Worldwide, only 1.65% of all users still use the IE, while 66% use Google Chrome. Edge has a share of just over 10%.

There is also a good reason that Internet Explorer has lost users massively: On the one hand, the browser was rarely updated, on the other hand, it was also very slow when you searched for something. The competition was further ahead. However, those who miss it can still activate the "Internet Explorer Mode" in the Edge browser until 2029 (or own older Windows versions).


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