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Last week, Microsoft finally removed Internet Explorer 11 from circulation replacing it with the updated Microsoft Edge browser. Microsoft launched Internet Explorer nearly three decades ago, in 1995. At one point in the past, Internet Explorer ruled the browser realm. In 2003, it controlled 95% of the browser market. The days of Internet Explorer’s reign are long over, though, as user moved to faster, more secure and more standards compliant browsers like Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome. Microsoft Edge is the new replacement browser for Windows devices and uses the same rendering engine as Google Chrome.