Love For Internet Explorer Made Engineer Build a Gravestone!

Sat Jun 18 2022 16:59:58 GMT+0530 (IST)

The Millennials across the globe have a special connection with Internet Explorer as it was their first web browser. Microsoft, which developed the browser, provided the browser for the customers who buy systems. After serving as a browser for more than 25 years, the Internet browser was discontinued.

After tech giant Microsoft announced the retirement of Internet explorer, many turned nostalgic recalling their association with the browser. Though Internet Explorer could not face the tough competition from the competitors, till the 2000s, the explorer had a big image. Social media was flooded with memes bidding goodbye to internet explorer.

But an engineer took his love for the internet explorer to the next level by building a gravestone for the browser. With the Internet Explorer name written on it, the gravestone has the starting date and withdrawal date of the browser. The engineer reportedly spent around $300 on building the gravestone. "He was a good tool to download other browsers." the gravestone read.

The Engineer who built the gravestone is identified as Jung Ki-young, who hails from South Korea. Talking about this, he said that he is having mixed reactions because he used the browser for many years and now he had to bid goodbye to the browser.

Due to this, I decided to build a gravestone for the Internet Browser that helped me browse the internet and even download other browsers. That's the reason why I have written the same matter on the gravestone, the engineer told the local media.