Internet Explorer 11 has retired and is officially out of support

By - Aditya Singh

However, many people who were unaware that the 1995 relic was still in existence may be surprised.

Over the next few months, Microsoft will begin rolling out a new prompt that will redirect those still using Internet Explorer to Microsoft Edge.

As part of a future Windows update, Internet Explorer will be permanently disabled.

Many Japanese government agencies and financial institutions were slow to respond to the IE retirement.

Users of Windows 11 won't have to worry about Internet Explorer because it doesn't even include an accessible version of the browser.

Users of Windows 11 won't have to worry about Internet Explorer because it doesn't even include an accessible version of the browser.

Microsoft Edge is also available on other operating systems such as macOS, iOS, Android, and Linux.

Microsoft Edge is the future of Internet Explorer, providing a faster, more secure, and more modern browser.