Internet Explorer has let us down for most of its life. Today it feels like we’ve failed Internet Explorer.
Microsoft updated both Windows and his website to mark today the official death of Internet Explorer 26 years after it first graced our boxy little Windows 95 PCs. Now when you try to download or use the browser, Microsoft will nudge you to Edge (its new default browser) instead.
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The death of the browser is neither a surprise nor special …