South korean software engineer shows respect to internet explorer by building a tombstone

Jung Ki-young, a South Korean software engineer created a gravestone for Internet Explorer. Microsoft corporation has officially announced the termination of its 26 years old browser, Internet Explorer.

This incident has created a huge impact on the netizens. They have tweeted funny memes in response to the announcement wishing IE to “Rest in Peace.”

Netizens have complained about IE for being so slow that it only served the single purpose of downloading other browsers.

Jung Ki-young has spent a month designing and ordering a $330 headstone with a logo of Internet Explorer curved in it. Mr. Ki-young has also humorously added, “He was a good tool to download other browsers.”

The incident has been posted on Twitter and is going viral now.