Because corporate types keep installing windows. As long as that is the case, some old fuck will keep insisting the world cater to their preferences.
eval56321d@torbal all hail the king. You are the hero we need. <3
C0D45678121dWe no longer support it, but it still makes up ~10% of traffic.
Some companies just refuse to stop using it.
Beyond being functional enough to get from login to checkout and paying, I don't care if it works or not.
Hell, we setup x-frame-options and enforced tls1.2 this year and had complaints immediately from that alone 😅
Technology and standards keeps progressing by force, yet companies think they can stay 10 years behind the curve and get away with it.
10Dev52421dDemons never die. IE will live forever.
If humanity perishes and all traces of our civilization are vaporized, IE will still live on somewhere
Trithon111821dmy company strictly told me when i was hired:
we hope you don't put any effort into making the products work on ie.
oh please don't support ie, that's the last thing we need
i think the best thing i did with that is for some internal project, if you were to visit it on ie, i'm now redirecting you to the firefox download page
awaisking125621dafaik it's either powerful enough to block some viruses
OR web devs don't care whether the website and scripts work on IE or not