Death of Internet Explorer 6 Celebrated by Microsoft

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The Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 web browser is finally being officially retired by Microsoft, at a time when the US market share of IE6 is less than one percent. Along with web developers across the world, Microsoft is already starting to celebrate the death of the archaic web browser.

Roger Capriotti, the director of Internet Explorer marketing for Microsoft, discussed the excitement, stating that "Time to pop open the champagne because, based on the latest data from Net Applications, IE6 usage in the US has now officially dropped below 1 per cent!. IE6 has been the punch line of browser jokes for a while, and we’ve been as eager as anyone to see it go away."

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