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The End of an Era: RIP Internet Explorer

CBS News said it was "heartbreaking news" delivered just in time for Valentine's Day, we thought it happened years ago, Microsoft finally laid the desktop version of its Internet Explorer web browser to rest on some versions of Windows 10, ending a decades long run since it was first launched back in 1995.

The company said in a post, "The retired, out-of-support Internet Explorer 11 desktop application has been permanently disabled through a Microsoft Edge update."

Devices now will redirect to the newer, somewhat sexier Microsoft Edge browser and should be aware that there is no going back, "users will be unable to reverse the change." Non of this should come as a surprise thought, Microsoft announced the change last June and users have been given the option since December to disable the app.

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