Microsoft kills Internet Explorer

Η Microsoft takes further steps to kill the old man Internet Explore for the new browser Microsoft Edge based on Chromium.

Η Microsoft recommends users to change it Internet Explore for years, however, it still has a market share of almost 5% in browser usage.

But soon the Microsoft will take more active measures to cut off access to Internet Explore.

The attempt to detach from Internet Explore has already taken action, such as when the Internet Explore is visiting a site that is not compatible, the Microsoft opens it automatically Microsoft Edge and tries to continue navigating through it.

Η list of incompatible sites by Internet Explore currently contains 1.156 sites, including Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Google Drive, Microsoft Teams, ESPN, Yahoo Mail and many others.

This redirect is done through a help service of its browser Internet Explore named "IEtoEdge BHO", which is installed here: C: \ Program Files (x86) \Microsoft\Edge\ Application \ [Edge_version] \ BHO.

While browsing the web, BHO will check if a site is compatible with it Internet Explore. If not, BHO will automatically open the site on Microsoft Edge, which will display a message stating, “This site does not work with Internet Explore! ” as shown below.

At the same time Microsoft Edge will also ask users to migrate its settings, data and cookies Internet Explore at Microsoft Edge.

In addition to redirects, the Microsoft also plans to turn off support for him Internet Explore in various services offered by Microsoft.

In emails to corporate clients, h Microsoft warns that from 13 November, the Internet Explore will no longer be linked to its accounts Microsoft.

In a blog post in August, the Microsoft also stated that the Microsoft Teams will no longer support him Internet Explorer 11 from 30 November.

Η Microsoft will eventually end all support for him Internet Explore in all its services on August 17, 2021.

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