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Internet Explorer is no more
It's the end of an era! Microsoft has officially ended support for the once-popular internet browser which many people used to explore the internet for the first time. Microsoft Edge is their new browser - actually built on Google's browser technology - and is steadily adding new features. Applications which will only run on IE will be able to run in Edge, using a compatibility mode.
If people are still using IE in a few months, those users will see a banner directing them over to Edge.
Internet Explorer was 26.
Adobe plans to make Photoshop free on the web
A new online-only version of Photoshop is being tested in Canada, with plans to allow anyone, where to edit photos in their web browser. Their plan is to make it more accessible, not to be nice, but to showcase the features of Photoshop in the hope you'll upgrade to the full desktop version.
Instagram's latest attempt to take down TikTok
Meta's photo social network is expanding to full-screen videos and looking to switch up its navigation (which could even see the 'compose' button move back to the bottom). Instagram says it's still "an important part" of the service, but it certainly doesn't seem that way.