During the recent Windows 11 launch, Microsoft revealed that it will disable “Internet Explorer”. However, according to The Verge, Microsoft will completely remove IE on Windows 11.
Specifically, the Internet Explorer 11 application is not available on Windows 11, and Edge will become the default browser of this operating system.
In Windows 11 operating system, the MSHTML engine is used to support IE mode in Microsoft Edge. In some tests with the leaked installation, if using shortcuts like iexplorer the user will be redirected to the Edge browser.
In the future, Microsoft will still support Internet Explorer on Windows 10 until June 15, 2022.
This is the first time in 20 years that a version of Windows has been released without the Internet Explorer browser.
In 1997, Microsoft first integrated the IE computer browser from Windows 95 OEM Service Release 2.5. This move of Microsoft made it experience the most famous antitrust war in US technology history.
Considered an overhauled version of Windows 10 (2014), Windows 11 is considered a new operating system “makeover” both in terms of interface and features. Windows 11 redesigned Start Menu, performance improvements and updates to improve multitasking, add widgets, support Android apps…
Microsoft said that Windows 10 users can upgrade to version 11 for free, of course, the device must meet the minimum system requirements (64-bit CPU, 4 GB RAM and 64 GB storage space). . Like the Windows updates that have been offered before, Windows 11 will be made available through Windows Update, expected from October.
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