Mozilla Sent Microsoft a Cake for Internet Explorer’s Death
Mozilla Sent Microsoft a Cake for Internet Explorer’s Death

Mozilla Sent Microsoft a Cake for Internet Explorer’s Death

14 july, 20221 minute to read
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Following a long tradition of sending cakes to each other, the Firefox team at Mozilla sent a cake to Microsoft to celebrate the end of Internet Explorer - the legendary browser which had been officially retired last month.

Microsoft shared a photo of a cake on its social media. The cake reads, “you were the ie6ing on the cake” — spelling the word 'icing' an unusual way.

Web browser development teams started sending each other cakes back in 2006, when Microsoft sent the Firefox team a cake for the release of Firefox 2.0. Mozilla sent its own cake to Microsoft after Internet Explorer 10 arrived in 2012, then Google’s Chrome team started sending cakes.

14 july, 2022
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