An article titled "The Dangers of Using Internet Explorer as the Default Browser," written by Chris Jackson, a computer security expert for Windows, details why this browser should no longer be used and adapted to current usage. Microsoft even recommends its users to more advanced browsers such as Google Chrome, Edge, or Firefox.
Starting with Microsoft Edge in 2015, the company no longer updates Internet Explorer, the first version of which was released in 1995. Internet developers no longer test their programs in Internet Explorer, but on "modern browsers." Internet Explorer users no longer have access to these new services. Microsoft sincerely recognizes that it is better to use these "modern browsers".