Goodbye Internet Explorer:  Browser After 27 Year

Microsoft Retires Web

For Some the Browser Inspires

And for many more it provokes memories of slow-loading pages, bugs, crashes and frustrations.

For Millions It Was Their

First ever web browser but as of today - after 27 long years - Microsoft is no longer supporting Internet Explorer.

Even When the Company Previously

Planned to pull support last August its usage had shrivelled to a fraction of what it once was.

Released in 1995

By being bundled with Windows system, it quickly became the web's most used browser with a share of 95% by 2003.

Despite Updates

Lagged behind rivals such as Mozilla Firefox in 2004 and Google Chrome in 2008.

Anybody Who Now Tries to Use

The desktop application will find it is disabled and redirected to the Microsoft Edge browser.

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