After 25 years in attendance and being ‘used’ to download Chrome, Internet Explorer is finally leaving the world. As per Microsoft, the browser will be pulled down on 7 August 2021.
The one which will replace it is the familiar, Microsoft Edge, which comes tucked in most of the computers today. The giant’s new browser relies on Chromium open-source software, developed by Google for Google Chrome. That gives Edge more features than Internet Explorer.
Internet Explorer, as we all know, has always been trolled for its slow speed and thus obviously, people are less concerned about it leaving the world. Have a look:
Using Chrome to write this story for you.