Microsoft announces the official end of Internet Explorer

We now have an official date for the death of IE on (most) versions of Windows 10, and its formal replacement by Microsoft’s Chromium-based browser, Edge.

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It’s been a long time coming, but Microsoft has finally announced the official end of life date for Internet Explorer: June 15, 2022. A blog post by Microsoft’s Sean Lyndersay, partner group manager for Microsoft Edge, spells out the specifics of IE’s official demise, with plans to transition everyone to Microsoft’s newer Chromium-based browser, Edge.

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Edge, Lyndersay said, is not only faster and more secure, it’s also capable of operating in “IE Mode” to preserve legacy websites that run better on IE than on Edge. Support for IE Mode on Windows Client, Server and the Internet…

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