“It was a good tool to download other browsers” A memorial inscribed as Internet Explorer phased out takes effect

Microsoft has phased out the browser “Internet Explorer”. According to a tweet by Reuters, a memorial stone has been made ordered by Jung Ki-young, a South Korean software engineer to show his last respect to the browser.

The inscription on the memorial stone reads “It was a good tool to download other browsers”.

From the screenshot

For Jung Ki-young, a South Korean software engineer, Microsoft’s decision to retire its Internet Explorer web browser marked the end of a quarter-century love-hate relationship with the technology https://reut.rs/39Fasuy by@minubak and @HeeShin 1/5

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