Via its official Twitter account, Microsoft Edge team celebrated the occasion and signaled that IE’s days are over.
The Twitter post was accompanied with a video that had Microsoft Edge running a site with some birthday sparkles with a Happy Birthday Message and sparkles in the shape of an “e”. The Twitter post reads:
Happy 20th Birthday, Internet Explorer! Thanks for all the great work you’ve done, but I’ve got it from here ;) pic.twitter.com/AsfUQ7OhDt
— Microsoft Edge (@MicrosoftEdge) August 16, 2015
After its release as an add-on, IE 1.0 was launched for free and was included as newer versions in later Windows releases.
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Currently, along with Windows 10, Microsoft has released Internet Explorer 11 and it’s just to continue the legacy. As Internet Explorer completes its 20 years, let’s appreciate the web browser and remember the browser that played a remarkable part in making of the internet.
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