This shouldn't be a huge surprise considering Microsoft announced that
IE was discontinued 4.5 years ago.
On 12/20/2019 12:15 PM, Brian May wrote:
Not surprising. Everyone is leaving IE support behind.market in the US and only 1.66% worldwide. Maintaining compatibility for
Looking at statcounter.com, as of last month, IE usage was 2.7% of the
an all but deprecated browser is a lot of work. The actual users of IE
have fallen to the point where it just isn't worth it.
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