Microsoft Ends Internet Explorer Support on June 15

Microsoft's Internet Explorer support is ending on June 15, marking the official retirement of the OG Windows internet browser during the early days of the online world.

Back before web browsers touts themselves to be a faster option to navigate the internet, Microsoft's Internet Explorer was widely used.

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Microsoft Internet Explorer

The emergence of browsers like Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox have somewhat overshadowed the default browser of Microsoft.

Microsoft went on to release a Chromium-based browser, none other than the Microsoft Edge.

The new option replaced Internet Explorer altogether with the release of the latest Windows 11, as per a new story by PC World.

The replacement of Internet Explorer, Microsoft also announced that it plans to retire the OG browser.

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Microsoft Ends Internet Explorer Support

To be more precise, Microsoft confirmed as early as 2021 that it is ending its support for its original web browser this year.

Bleeping Computer explains what happens when Microsoft cuts off its support for the iconic browser.

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Internet Explorer Retirement

The desktop application of Internet Explorer should be disabled once its support comes to an end on various Windows versions.

When PC users try to open the latest IE, they will be redirected to the new default browser, the Microsoft Edge.

The formal retirement of Internet Explorer includes multiple versions of Windows 10, starting from Windows 10 version 20H2 and Windows 10 IoT version 20H2 up to their latest counterparts.

These Windows Versions: It includes Windows 10 LTSC client, IoT, and Server, as well as its older versions like Windows 8.1 and Windows 7 ESU.

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