A few months before the last day of Internet Explorer, Microsoft reminds all its users who still use it to switch to Edge.
Last year, Microsoft announced that on June 15, 2022, support for Internet Explorer would end and that was the end of it.
They planned to say goodbye to him last summer, but decided to extend the deadline for another year.
As the end draws to a close, Microsoft is constantly reminding its customers to switch to Edge.
Microsoft published the announcement on its website, and according to the available data, Internet Explorer is still used by more than three million users.
Internet Explorer has been part of the Windows system for more than a quarter of a century. However, since the introduction of the Edge in 2015, Microsoft has been slowly phasing out the old browser. Support ended with the previous version in 2016. Microsoft 365 and other applications will stop supporting IE11 on June 15.
Microsoft says it will support Edge’s IE mode at least until the end of 2029, giving organizations and IT departments a few more years to transition from those old web applications.