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Monkify says

They do this now, when a great majority of developers have already stopped making their work compatible with IE. Another great victory for Microsoft, lol.

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brovem says

Hi all.

I think it’s good news for users.

Because it’ll bring more positive challenge between browsers.

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StevenGliebe says

Well, better late than never. Good to know IE 10 won’t still be around in 2020.

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