Internet Explorer will no longer be supported by Microsoft on Windows 11 and 10 as of June 15. You have to know it at the end of the browser.
It’s the end of an era: as of June 15, Microsoft will no longer support Internet Explorer in 27 years. Microsoft Edge browser is finally taking over as the standard browser under Windows 10 and Windows 11.
Redmond announces 2021, wanting to “turn off” the classic Internet browser. Microsoft Edge, which is related to Google Chrome, is the designated successor. For some professional users, the old software remains at least partially in the new browser.
Because how Microsoft announces, one realizes that there are some applications that do not work without the resources of the old browser. The so-called old mode can help here. However, this will be insignificant for most home users. So you can safely uninstall Internet Explorer.
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