We’re afraid of using all Internet Explorer, but some businesses and organizations still use the good old browser because they are helpless. Now Microsoft is heading out of its way telling people to stop using it.
Chris Jackson, Principal Program Manager in the Experiences and Devices Group, written about ‘The perils of using Internet Explorer as your default browser’.
He also explained that the use of Internet Explorer is speeding up the technical debt for the companies.
Moreover, ‘the technical debt by default’ approach explains if you create a brand-new webpage today, run it in the local intranet area, and don’t add any further markup, you’ll end using an implementation used in 1999 of web standards by default.
The reason why some of the companies still don’t want to say goodbye to Internet Explorer is – because it supports legacy web apps.
Nevertheless, this acquires additional costs for the enterprises as they chose for the appropriate method rather than implementing a modern browser approach.