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    Internet Explorer finally has an end date.

    Following Microsoft’s announcement last week that support for Internet Explorer will be ending on August 17th, the company has now released a few additional support dates for the end of this iconic browser after 25 years.

    November will be the final month where Microsoft Teams will support utilizing IE for integrations.  This may not be a major point for individual users, who hopefully have long moved on from IE, but it is a hurdle for many corporations still powering though the aged browser.

    2021 will be the slow death of IE on the other Office 365 Apps.  This will include all the office apps that many of us have come to love, like Outlook and Word.  The browser integrations with these apps will slowly transition over to the new Chromium version of Microsoft Edge, which has been going over very well in the community.

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