Microsoft Kills Internet Explorer

Microsoft Kills Internet Explorer

The IT world has been anxiously awaiting the release of Windows 10. Among the operating systems’ many feature is a new web browser, currently being called Spartan. As part of this effort, Microsoft will be phasing out Internet Explorer. The 20 year old web browser has been the default on Windows-based systems since 1995 and now it will be going the way of the dodo. However, nobody is protesting. It almost seems like people are relieved. Hmmm.

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