Microsoft IE 11 will no longer work after next week, February 14.

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Microsoft has stopped supporting Internet Explorer 11 (IE 11 for short) since June last year. The official recently issued a reminder that IE 11 will no longer be available after February 14 next week, because IE 11 is the last version of the IE browser. It means that IE will die on Valentine's Day in the West.

IE came out in 1995, and it has lasted for 27 and a half years. In 2002 and 2003, IE was at its peak, with a usage rate of 95%. Criticism is too slow, and eventually loses its leading position in the market.

IE has gone into history, Microsoft provides IE mode in the Edge browser, and the official promises to keep this feature until 2029.

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According to the latest data from Statcounter in January 2023, the global desktop browser (excluding mobile) is still dominated by Google Chrome, accounting for about 66% of the market, followed by Microsoft Edge with about 11%.

In addition, it is rumored that Microsoft is creating a new version of Edge, the main focus is to make the overall design style of Edge more consistent with the Window 11 system.

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