Until January 31, 2020, customers need to complete the transition from IE 10 to IE 11.
Windows Server 2012 and Windows Embedded 8 Standard is currently supported by Internet Explorer 10. However, after January 14, 2020, for the browser will no longer be issued any security updates or improved functionality. It is reported that until January 31, 2020, customers need to complete the transition from IE 10 to IE 11 to continue to use Internet Explorer.
To do this, since the spring of this year, the company will provide the ability to download IE 11 in the updates catalog from Microsoft, through Windows Update and Windows Server Update Services. The program will be available for all versions of Windows Server 2012 and Windows Embedded 8 Standard.
In addition to Internet Explorer 10 in January 2020 will stop support and Windows 7, updates are available only for a fee in the expanded programme. This means that outdated versions of the OS and browser will be exposed to the dangers and potentially vulnerable.
At the same time, Microsoft is working on translation of the Edge browser on the Blink engine, which is the basis of free Chromium browser. It is assumed that the preview build will be released in the first quarter of 2019, while the stable will have to wait until the end of 2019 or early 2020.
Note that Internet Explorer will no longer receive new features for it are exclusively manufactured with the updates and security fixes, that’s why the company is recommended to use Microsoft Edge.
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