Internet Explorer

It’s time to say your goodbyes to Internet Explorer

The old-school browser will officially lose support next year.

On Aug 20, 2020 by Andrew Wyrich

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These adorable comics imagine Internet Explorer as a lonely anime girl

I’m not crying, you’re crying.

On Aug 25, 2018 by Brittany Vincent

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Google Chrome bypasses Internet Explorer as most popular browser

Chrome goes gold.

On May 2, 2016 by AJ Dellinger

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Discovery of fatal flaw in Microsoft’s Internet Explorer earns security researcher $100,000

‘There will always be bugs in software.’

On Mar 26, 2016 by William Turton

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5 reasons Internet Explorer deserved to suffer a painful, agonizing death

It’s the end of an error.

On Mar 18, 2015 by Chris Osterndorf

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Microsoft is finally going to kill Internet Explorer

Microsoft is dropping the Internet Explorer brand and will be moving on to something more marketable.

On Mar 17, 2015 by Imad Khan

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Internet Explorer has the saddest corporate Twitter account

This is a bummer.

On Mar 6, 2015 by Eric Geller

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Internet Explorer sets all-time record for security flaws

Fortunately, the fixes are coming faster than ever.

On Jul 24, 2014 by Patrick Howell O’Neill

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Internet Explorer users are at risk of getting hacked thanks to major vulnerability

Might be time to check out a different browser. 

On Apr 27, 2014 by Kate Knibbs

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Microsoft releases best version of Internet Explorer to date: anime

Oddly enough, the killer virus robots don’t seem to be bothering to go after the Mozilla or Chrome anime girls at all.

On Nov 7, 2013 by Mike Fenn

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What your email address says about your bachelor party

One British website analyzed its bachelor party bookings across users’ browsers, email addresses, and phones.

On Mar 1, 2013 by Justin Franz

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Casey Anthony’s search history: “fool-proof” suffocation methods

Someone Googled “fool-proof suffication” the afternoon her 2-year-old daughter disappeared.

On Nov 27, 2012 by Chase Hoffberger

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