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  1. SubscriberRuss
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    17 Jun '20 09:056 edits
    In approx 4 months we will be dropping support for Internet Explorer.

    About 1.08% of users still use it, but it really is time to let it die.

    After well over 20 years of developing web apps and "surviving" the trauma of the browser wars, I can lay the blame for countless wasted hours and frustration solely on Internet Explorer.

    Good bye and good riddance!

    For the 1%, your options :

    Get Edge

    Get Firefox

    Get Chrome

    Get Opera

    edit: Opera added
  2. SubscriberPonderable
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    17 Jun '20 09:08
    @russ said
    In approx 4 months we will be dropping support for Internet Explorer.

    About 1.08% of users still use it, but it really is time to let it die.

    After well over 20 years of developing web apps, "surviving" the trauma of [=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Browser_wars]the browser wars[/], I can pin countless wasted hours and frustration solely on Internet Explorer.

    Good by ...[text shortened]... ://www.mozilla.org/en-GB/firefox/new/]Get Firefox[/]
    [=https://www.google.com/chrome/]Get Chrome[/]
    I applaud you for your Patience with the IE. I am using both Edge and Firefox (depending on the machine) here without Problems.
  3. Subscribermoonbus
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    17 Jun '20 12:11
    @Russ

    Internet Exploder -- good riddance (not a term of endearment, in this case).
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    17 Jun '20 23:20
    How about "Opera"?
    A feasible option?
  5. SubscriberRuss
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    18 Jun '20 09:051 edit
    @WOLFE63

    Opera added now, as it is a Chromium based browser.
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    20 Jun '20 14:02
    I would guess Apple browsers are OK.
    For Apple I-pad Safari? Or is there a better app.
  7. SubscriberRuss
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    20 Jun '20 14:281 edit
    @Dark-Tide

    This is just for Windows users on legacy browsers.

    On an iPad there is no genuine alternative to Safari (other browsers are effectively window dressing on Safari's underlying tech.) So Safari will always be supported on iOS.
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    25 Jun '20 07:04
    adblock browser 😀
  9. SubscriberRuss
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    25 Jun '20 12:146 edits
    @Trev33

    Not good advice. Anyone considering using Adblock - please just subscribe to remove ads. Ads help fund this site, and adblocking deprives it of revenue.
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