Microsoft is still killing off Internet Explorer, but will let users decide when the browser is removed from their systems.
The browser you should absolutely not be using under any circumstances is in the iron grip of an exploit kit.
As part of a new Edge update, Microsoft is permanently disabling Internet Explorer on Windows 10 forever.
Internet Explorer may have officially been retired, but it's still used by Office, Google researchers found.
New figures show Microsoft Edge is climbing the scoreboard, but still trails way behind Google Chrome.
OPINION Internet Explorer is finally dead, but why are we mourning a browser that stamped out so many potential competitors?
Despite lack of support, Internet Explorer usage is failing to disappear completely in some markets.
Microsoft Internet Explorer has officially been retired after more than 26 years of dutiful, if hazardous, service.
RIP As Microsoft retires Internet Explorer from today (June 15), we look back at how it inspired a category.
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