When Microsoft announced that it would no longer support certain versions Internet Explorer starting Jan. 12, the digital world had mixed feelings — some were happy that the antiquated browser wass dying at last, while others were upset about losing the butt of their jokes. You see, it has been the fodder of many a meme since Chrome, Firefox, and Safari came on the scene, and losing it is a bit like losing an old, slightly embarrassing friend. To commemorate the passing of IE, let's look back on the past decade.
An Ode to Internet Explorer in All Its Laggy, Joke-Inducing Glory
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