Microsoft has pulled the plug on Internet Explorer after 25 years of service.
The server came as an add on to Windows 95 and held a 95 percent share of the market at its peak in 2003.
Goodbyes are never easy.
After 27 years, Microsoft will officially be shutting down Internet Explorer starting Wednesday of this week. pic.twitter.com/A8XMKIKQg1
— Morning Brew ☕️ (@MorningBrew) June 13, 2022
The software hasn't been updated since 2016 and dropped in popularity when other search engines like Google Chrome and Fire Fox took over.
Microsoft officially switched off Internet Explorer at midnight last night.