Microsoft's changing of the guard for IE11

Out with the old, in with the new

If you love to read about the small things Microsoft does to symbolically show the announcement of new platforms, continue reading - but if you are only looking for the hardest hitting, deep drilling journalism on the web, this post probably isn't for you.

One of the many Microsoft nuances that takes place at the company's headquarters in Redmond, Washington is that on the windows of the Internet Explorer offices, they have proudly displayed the most recent browser to be launched by the company. Yes, it's a small detail, but it's something the company has been doing for many years and with the announcement of IE11, a changing of the guard has taken place. 

Previously, the windows at the IE office displayed 'IE10' but with IE11 now out of the bag, the windows have been updated. 

Now that this has occurred, we can carry on with our Internet ways and get back to reading about the more important bits that have been announced today, such as the new features that will be coming to Windows 8.1.

Source: IE

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