We have been using Internet Explorer since Windows 95, perhaps not so much in recent years since we started using modern browsers. Microsoft recently announced the retirement of the Internet Explorer desktop application. There are some organizations however that still rely on Internet Explorer for legacy sites who may be impacted by this announcement. These legacy sites can still be supported using the Microsoft Edge browser.
Microsoft announced in August last year that support for the Microsoft Edge Legacy application will end on March 9 2021. The new Microsoft Edge browser based on Chromium will be made available as part of the Windows 10 cumulative monthly security update that will be released on April 13 2021.