When will the internet go down?

The internet is coming to an end, and it won’t be for a few years.

The internet is going to be “a thing of the past” in just a few short years, according to internet explorer and social networking site meme.

Internet explorer, which has been around for more than a decade, will be gone in 2018, meme said.

The company will go “dark” for a while, but only for the time being.

“Internet Explorer will be discontinued,” it said on Twitter.

“The Internet is a service.

It has to go.

And it won.

For now.”

Internet Explorer, which was built on top of the Flash browser, has been one of the internet’s most popular browser options since it was launched in 2001.

Flash is a widely used web browser that runs on devices like smartphones and tablets.

The browser is used by millions of users, including in countries like the United States and Australia.

But memes says it will go dark on July 31st, 2018, meaning users will not be able to use Flash anymore.

“It’s like a slow death,” it wrote.

“In a few months, Internet Explorer will go the way of Flash.

There will be no more Internet Explorer.

No more Firefox.

No Internet Explorer Mobile.”

Internet explorer was bought by Microsoft for $3.6 billion in January 2016.

But the company’s web browser, Firefox, is also going to go dark in 2018.

Firefox, which is the most popular web browser on mobile devices, is still available for download and is still widely used by users.

Internet Explorer is also still available on computers and mobile devices.