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Farewell to Internet Explorer After 27 years

Internet Explorer was released in 1995 as an add-on package for Windows 95, the browser is discontinued primarily due to declining user numbers. 27 years after Microsoft has finally shut down its oldest browser, “Internet Explorer.” The once-dominant browser that numerous Internet users cherished to hate is now becoming a member of the BlackBerry phones, and flip phones that couldn’t revive their tech fortunes. The company have been liberating warnings since march about the shutdown. Microsoft is now asking its customers to switch to its ‘Edge browser’ – which is thought to offer a quicker and extra steady surfing experience. According to a report, after the desktop app was no longer supported, Microsoft will release a Windows update that will completely remove Internet Explorer from Windows 10 devices and redirect users to Edge when trying to access the app.