The Internet is like a living thing, in that it grows and changes. Our methods of interfacing with it, concurrently, must also evolve. Our ancestors tracked down their meals with tools and weapons made of flint, and while those methods might still work today, there are many other more efficient ways to secure sustenance, like using a car to go to the local supermarket. As servers have grown more adept at handling traffic, more media forms have found their way online and Internet-based content has expanded beyond mere information and business promotion, so too must our ways of accessing it change. Microsoft has provided these updates, along with those to its Windows series of operating systems, in the last two iterations of its browser, Internet Explorer.