It’s now time to say goodbye to Internet Explorer.
Microsoft recently announced that it would retire IE (Internet Explorer) in 2022. After that, it will not be going to provide support for Internet Explorer.
“The future of Internet Explorer on Windows 10 is in Microsoft Edge,” reads a blog post from Microsoft published Wednesday. “Not only is Microsoft Edge a faster, more secure, and more modern browsing experience than Internet Explorer, but it is also able to address a key concern: compatibility for older, legacy websites and applications.”
Before the era of Mozilla’s Firefox and Google’s Chrome, internet explorer was launched in 1995, was the go-to browser on Windows PCs.
Currently, internet explorer holds 3.8 percent shares of desktop space whereas Google’s Chrome leads with around 70 percent shares
Microsoft also said that the Microsoft Edge, has IE (Internet explorer mode) mode built-in, so users can access Internet Explorer-based websites and apps. But Internet Explorer users are insisted to start transitioning to Microsoft Edge before the June 15, 2022, deadline
Launched in 2015, Microsoft Edge runs on the same technology as Google’s Chrome