Internet Explorer 11 will retire next summer.

Microsoft’s web services and applications no longer support the outdated browser.

Internet Explorer 11 has just over a year to go before Microsoft retires the browser next summer.

On June 15, 2022, Microsoft will say goodbye to Internet Explorer 11, and with it the complete browser family that once saw better days, Microsoft says in a blog post.

Microsoft's web services and applications no longer support the outdated browser.

Support for the web version of the Teams chat and collaboration software ended on November 30 last year, while support for web apps for Microsoft 365 subscriptions will end permanently on August 17 this year.

Internet Explorer (IE) 11 users who can still use the browser for almost a year can phase out the outdated software with the compatibility mode built into newer versions of Microsoft Edge.

Microsoft is advising everyone to upgrade to EDGE as soon as possible.

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