Microsoft is finally ending Internet Explorer support next year

If you're still using it (Why!?), it's finally time to say goodbye.

If you’re one of the few people who still use Internet Explorer (or perhaps you work at a business that still does), you’ll have to finally make the move to another browser as Microsoft is killing support next year.

Most usage share polls put Internet Explorer far out of the race for the most used browser, with most putting it at a little over 1% and Microsoft’s other web browser not faring much better with a meagre pull of around 3%. The obvious top choice when it comes to internet browsers is Google Chrome which holds a commanding 63% of the market.

Internet Explorer will officially sunset on June 15, 2022, with Microsoft explaining that “The Future of Internet Explorer on Windows 10 is in Microsoft Edge”. Microsoft was also quick to address compatibility concerns, saying that Microsoft Edge will still be able to run older legacy websites and applications.

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