People who use the old version of Internet Explorer are about to become even more confused by technology.
If anyone happens to use Internet Explorer 8, 9, or 10, you're probably already pretty confused by this whole "Internet" thing. That's why it's kind of fitting that Microsoft used the term "end of support" (as of press time, their post is—fittingly—down) when they announced that "only the most current version of Internet Explorer" will hereby receive security updates and technical support on the majority of operating systems.
They're finally pulling the older IE browsers off life support.
IE is already on its 11th version, not to mention the fact that most savvy people prefer other browsers like Chrome or Safari. But if you're still Internet exploring, best of luck—please do not fall off the edge of what you likely believe is a very flat Earth.
And please enjoy the rest of our epitaphs for IE, here.