RIP Internet Explorer: Here are 10 things as old as the

Once the most popular browser in the world, Internet Explorer has seen its last sunrise. As of today, if you try to open Internet Explorer, you’ll be directed to download Edge, Microsoft’s fresh new browser, which we recently heard is getting improved Xbox Cloud Gaming support. It’s the end of an era. 

At the speed technology moves, the 27-year life of Internet Explorer makes it downright ancient. As I say goodbye to the first web browser I remember using at the impressionable age of nine, I’ve been looking back at what else was introduced in 1995. As it turns out, 1995 was a wild year for PC gaming and computers in general.