May someone explain to me why it is that we don't collectively just put IE down by simply not supporting it anymore instead of working around it?

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    The simplest answer is: We just cannot, because people still use Internet Explorer, sometimes because they're on Windows XP, 98 or 95. If we could I would be with you at 100%. Because making our css compatible with IE is just a Pain In the Ass, literally.
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    @Squarety if you have users on those OS’s just drop TLS1.0 support and you’ll never hear from them again 😂

    iE 11 is still in use, not far behind Edge for me, so I still have to maintain some level of usability for it. But I don’t go out of my way to make sure everything sits right.
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    @C0D4 Hahahahaha It's already the case for most of my web app websites lol.
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    I'm not sure you understand how many people in the finance sector use old versions of software.

    Like, seriously. They still use software from 20 years ago because "it works".

    Unfortunately/fortunately, its true.
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    @D--M That's why the websites which it can be useful for older browser users to have a responsive website, I made the efforts to make it possible but for some websites, like a web app for a game or something that doesn't need to make it compatible for the older browsers I don't.
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    @D--M Oops you don't tagged me. Sorry.
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