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Why will Internet Explorer stop operating this June 15?

Microsoft will stop supporting Internet Explorer 11, the latest available version of its browser, this Wednesday, June 15, to offer Microsoft Edge, its current browser, exclusively.

The company announced the end of Internet Explorer support for its Microsoft 365 online ecosystem services in May last year when it said it would no longer support the internet browser's desktop app for specific Windows 10.

"With Microsoft Edge, we provide a path to the web's future while respecting the web's past. The change was necessary, but we did not want to leave behind applications and sites that were reliable and still work," he said at the time.

In the statement that formalized the end of Internet Explorer. Updated at the end of last May, he explained that Edge offered greater security, was more modern than its predecessor, and guaranteed "compatibility with websites and applications old and inherited from other programs."

"Microsoft Edge has Internet Explorer mode ("IE mode") built-in so that you can access those older Internet Explorer-based websites and applications right from Microsoft Edge," Microsoft said.

In this update, he also pointed out that the latest available version of his browser would no longer be able to be used as of June 15 to make way for Microsoft Edge as the primary web browser developed by Microsoft.

The company also noted that, in contrast to the monthly security updates characteristic of Internet Explorer 11, Microsoft Edge can issue security patches for immediate vulnerabilities "in a matter of days, if not hours."

The withdrawal of support for Internet Explorer 11 will not affect server-based browser applications, the Windows 10 Long Term Servicing Channel (LTSC), or the Trident MSHTML engine.


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