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officially retires the after 27 years of existence. theguardian.com/technology/202

I'm sure this will be a total pain for some places such as law firms and private practices since they still rely on IE due to legacy software which I'm sure that MS will extend those contracts for now.

In at all, this is a good riddance moment for the rest of us although we never forget how this browser was dominant, then it stopped innovating, then Google Chrome became dominant.

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Speaking of which, Japan is scrambling after shutdown as usual. They have a habit of too slow to adopt new tech and methods. Here's more: unseenjapan.com/internet-explo

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