Microsoft’s Internet Explorer browser is 27 years old. That’s a two, followed by a seven. In Internet years, that is ancient! (In human years, it’s a Gen-Z.) Without making any references to that particular age and certain rock stars’ demises, the time has also come for Way We Do to bid adieu to this once ubiquitous platform.
From our own perspective, Way We Do will be releasing new features on our procedures platform that will have capabilities Microsoft Internet Explorer won’t support.
And from a broader perspective, Microsoft themselves sunsetted Internet Explorer in 2022. They’re automatically removing instances of the browser from users’ computers, and encouraging people to make the move to Microsoft Edge.
Thanks for all you did for us, IE. And vale.