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Internet Explorer is dead. Microsoft sent Internet Explorer off into the sunset last week after nearly 27 years. The aging web browser is being replaced by Microsoft Edge, with support being officially withdrawn for Internet Explorer 11.
To remain secure online, make sure your web browser stays up to date. Web Services has been fading out support for Internet Explorer for the last couple of years. We’ve seen very little traffic still on Internet Explorer, but stragglers should upgrade to a secure browser such as Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox and keep that browser current.
Read CU*Answers Web Services’ previous posts about Internet Explorer’s End of Life: