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From TheJournal.ie After 18 years, Internet Explorer is no longer the world's most popular browser End Of An Era

After 18 years, Internet Explorer is no longer the world's most popular browser

Now Google Chrome finally rules the desktop world.

From TheJournal.ie Internet Explorer has taken the penultimate step towards its end Nail In The Coffin

Internet Explorer has taken the penultimate step towards its end

Microsoft has ended support for Internet Explorer 8, 9 and 10, meaning only the final version is left.

5 reasons we will actually kinda miss the horrors of Internet Explorer

We hardly knew ye.

From TheJournal.ie Three weeks after turning off support, Windows XP faces its first major problem Internet Eek-plorer

Three weeks after turning off support, Windows XP faces its first major problem

A security flaw found in all versions of Internet Explorer – which would give a hacker to gain full access to your computer – could pose a serious problem for those still using the operating system.

It's finally time to say goodbye to Internet Explorer 6

Internet Explorer has encountered a problem and needs to close.

If you were a child of the 90s you will love this new ad

Pogs, bum bags, and Tamagotchi, oh my!

11 vintage websites as you used to see them

Whoa, is that a moving GIF?

From TheJournal.ie EU opens antitrust investigation of Microsoft Competition

EU opens antitrust investigation of Microsoft

Microsoft has been warned of “severe” consequences if the company is found not to have kept antitrust commitments it made in 2009.

From TheJournal.ie Here's how to access Wikipedia during its 24-hour blackout Still Available

Here's how to access Wikipedia during its 24-hour blackout

How to get around its internet blackout, if you want…

Would you trust this man to tell you a website is secure?

Phil Hogan told the public not to worry about security on the household charge website – but his own site is so dangerous that most browsers won’t even open it.

From TheJournal.ie Google to pay almost $300m-a-year to remain Firefox default Google

Google to pay almost $300m-a-year to remain Firefox default

Google is reported to have paid hundreds of millions to Mozilla for a three-year deal to remain the default search in Firefox.