August 19, 2022


How to use Internet Explorer mode in Microsoft Edge

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Internet Explorer always had a reputation for being unresponsive and rolling out unreliable features. It has gotten such a bad rap, when Microsoft announced that it killed off Internet Explorer, social media erupted with memes and tweets that celebrated the death of the turtle-slow browser. Unfortunately, there are some old websites that are only compatible with Internet Explorer, so not everyone is indifferent to its retirement. 

In 2015, Microsoft unveiled the Edge browser, a Chromium-based, cross-platform browser that promised to fix all its predecessor’s mistakes — and it did. Edge is faster, easier to use, and better to look at. Sadly, though, some old websites cannot open when loaded with Edge.

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