Microsoft will officially retire Internet Explorer today. People will be redirected from the old browser to Edge over the coming months and a future update will disable Internet Explorer entirely.
Internet Explorer will be retired on June 15, 2022, but Microsoft highlights that organizations can move away from the legacy browser now.
Internet Explorer will be retired this summer. To help ensure a smooth transition to modern browsing for organizations, Microsoft has rolled out new features for IE mode in Edge.
Internet Explorer 11 is marching toward its end of support. Microsoft partnered with the Selenium project to make it easy to test if sites work in Internet Explorer mode in Edge.
Internet Explorer 11 is on the way out, and AWS isn't going to stick with it longer than needed. Amazon has provided a roadmap for its retirement of IE 11 support within AWS.
Soon, MHTML files will open in Microsoft Edge's Internet Explorer mode. The change will affect when people try to open certain files from Outlook when Internet Explorer is set as a default handler.
Internet Explorer 11 is about to join the dinosaurs. Microsoft's ending support for it in multiple versions of Windows 10 on June 15, 2022.
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