Microsoft has begun slowly killing off Internet Explorer.
The tech giant is now phasing out the Internet browser, announcing that as of Tuesday, Jan. 12, Microsoft will no longer support Internet Explorer 8, 9 or 10.
The announcement “means you should take action,” Microsoft wrote on its website, explaining that older versions of Internet Explorer could be “exploited by malware” and attacked.
For now, Internet Explorer 11 — the last and final version of the legacy browser — has been spared and will actually get technical security updates next Tuesday, according to Microsoft.
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SOURCE: ABC News, Avianne Tan