When everything is possible from Redmond to push the renewed Edge, let's go back and write for a moment Internet Explorer: official support for version 10 of the browser will be definitively interrupted in less than a week, more precisely on Tuesday 11 February. He will therefore have the same treatment already reserved for Windows 7. Here is what we read in an intervention signed by Microsoft.
On August 29, 2019, we published a reminder to organizations, allowing them until January 2020 to complete the transition from IE 10 to IE 11. We will release a final update for IE 10 on February 11. Later all updates, including paid support and assistance options as well as technical interventions for IE 10 will be discontinued.
Internet Explorer 10: end of the games
Launched almost eight years ago with the Windows Server 2012 operating system and then also pre-installed in Windows 8 (and in Windows Embedded 8 Standard), it is still present in a considerable number of company computers for issues related to compatibility with management or other services online. The appeal to proceed as soon as possible with the update is addressed to these companies IE 11 through Windows Update or Windows Server Update Services.
The reason is soon explained: not receiving others patch otherwise you would risk ending up exposed to attacks and risks related to safety. Finally, remember that Internet Explorer 11 (released in October 2013) includes a Compatibility Mode that offers the possibility to open and manage pages and sites designed specifically for the previous version of the browser.