The classic browser withdrawal that began at the beginning of the web was a source of nostalgia for many, but it wasn’t lacking in laughter. His “death” meme stands out on the network, and even South Korea has a memorial tomb.
This is software engineer Jung Ki-Young. In farewell mode (and as a joke), he created a tombstone for the Internet Explorer browser. .. The monument was placed in his brother’s cafe in Gyeongju, South Korea. Images quickly became a hot topic online.
According to the slogan CNNJung spent a month designing a tombstone with the navigator logo. In addition, he spent 430,000 won. This is about 300,000 Chilean pesos. .. The inscription on the monument says:It was a good tool to download other browsers “.
The young man admitted that he intended to make people laugh by building an Internet Explorer grave. He even said he was surprised at how far he came. “That’s another reason to thank Explorer. Now we’re able to stop world-class pranks,” he said.
Navigator After working for Microsoft for 27 years, it was officially discontinued last week .. It will be permanently replaced by Microsoft Edge and will no longer be available on Windows 10 and later versions. “I’m sorry, it’s gone, but I can’t miss it, so his retirement is a good death for me,” he said.
Internet explorer It peaked until 2003, after which it faced other new browsers that meant fierce competition. .. Like Safari, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox. Finally, in 2016 Microsoft decided to stop improving its functionality.
And in the last few years, browsers have become incompatible with many websites. Especially on the accessibility aspects of the users we are integrating today.
for example, As of August 17, 2021, you no longer have access to important tools such as Outlook, OneDrive, Word and Excel. .. The removal affects some specific versions of Windows 10 and does not officially work on Windows 11, which defaults to Edge.