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Microsoft Withdraws Support For Internet Explorer

 

Microsoft has announced that it will completely end its support for its 25-year-old browser Internet Explorer next year.

Internet Explorer, an internet browser developed by Microsoft, was first introduced to users on August 16, 1995.

Internet Explorer, which once held a large part of the browser market due to its built-in Windows, later fell far behind in the race as browsers such as Chrome, Firefox and Opera became popular.

Microsoft, which has only supported the Internet Explorer 11 version since January 12, 2016, announced that they will not support this version as of August 17, 2021.

Announcing the decision in a blog post, Microsoft stated that other 365 applications and services will attract support for the browser next year, while Microsoft Edge, which is based on Chromium open source software developed by Google for Chrome, will replace Internet Explorer.

Thus, Internet Explorer, which millions of people use to download Chrome, Firefox or Opera, will take its place on the dusty shelves of history.

 

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