Microsoft announced a while ago that Internet Explorer would be completely shut down as the tech giant focuses on the much better and faster Microsoft Edge option. This process has taken a while, as there are still people using Explorer’s services, but it looks like the final nail is about to be driven into the browser’s coffin.
An update to an Internet Explorer FAQ page has confirmed that the browser’s remaining desktop apps have been permanently disabled as part of a new Windows update, and anyone now trying to use the system will be automatically redirected to Edge instead.
To add to this, Microsoft has said that a Windows security update will also arrive on June 13, 2023, which will clean PCs of all remaining references, including visual taskbar and Start menu icons, removed. Windows systems.
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