Microsoft’s own security chief has warned millions of people who continue to use Internet Explorer as a default web browser are placing themselves in “peril”.
The company, which first developed Internet Explorer in 1995, is no longer supporting new development for the web browser. Continued use of the software is potentially risky, according to Chris Jackson, Microsoft’s worldwide lead for cyber security.
Internet Explorer has increasingly fallen out of favour for both users and developers amid the rise of alternatives like Google Chrome and Apple’s Safari, which have grabbed an increasing share of the web browser market.
This video explains how to completely remove the IE Web Browser from your Windows 10 PC.