On Tuesday, Microsoft will have ended support for Win8⃣, as well as older versions of its browser, IE 8, IE 9, and IE 10. This doesn’t mean the software instantly becomes non-functional💩, but it will no longer be updated with bug 🐞fixes or other security patches. That could potentially expose users to malware😈, if they choose not to upgrade. Microsoft suggests that users immediately move to the new Internet Explorer 11, which offers better security🔐, improved performance, better backward compatibility, and support for web standards & will continue to receive 🐞fixes and security patches, as well as technical support. Of course, users can also choose to move to Microsoft’s new browser, Microsoft Edge, so long as they also move to a Win🔟 device. Quite a few ultimatums don’t you think, especially now since controversial data mining reports are being heard about Win🔟 in the tech world.