Pocket Internet Explorer
Pocket Internet Explorer was a web browser bundled with Windows CE that used Microsoft's Trident engine. It was first introduced with Windows CE 1.0 in 1996. As time went on, the browser evolved, gaining support for XML, ActiveX, CSS, VBScript, and a number of other standards. It came with every version of Windows Mobile, and offered a basic web browsing experience for your Pocket PC.
Internet Explorer Mobile continued to be updated with the releases of Windows Phone 7, 8, and 8.1. It was finally replaced by Microsoft Edge with the release Windows 10 Mobile in 2015.