How to use colored Emoji using Internet Explorer on Windows 10

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  1. R1(h4rd //45h1n670n

    I’ve converted Apple Macintosh Color Emoji Font into Windows Font, and I’ve found it works in Mozilla Firefox with color. And there’s not need to copy and paste any emoji in order to type them in color even in Windows 7.

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