Microsoft Is Retiring Internet Explorer After 25 Years

Looks like Microsoft finally took the hint!

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It's been 25 years since Microsoft launched their web browser Internet Explorer and in that time users have fallen off drastically in favor of other more streamlined internet browsers such as Google's Chrome and Apple's Firefox.

In fact, if I think about it, the last time I had opened Internet Explorer myself it was out of a misclick and was instantly closed. I know people still used it, but really Chrome has all my favorites saved so... Anyways that being said., despite Microsoft calling it quits for their original browser it looks like a new platform is in the works. Once the platform is officially done on June 15th, Microsoft users will be able to transfer all their saved bookmarks to Microsoft's new platform Microsoft Edge.

Learn a bit more about the upcoming changes and what you need to do it your an Internet Explorer user below!

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