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14 Jul, 2022
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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.