Today, Microsoft released the Windows 10 Insider Preview build 16237 for the PC platform, replacing the build 16232 that was pushed forward to the fast update channel nine days ago, with the exception of a series of features and improvements. Microsoft also announced a change to the Internet Explorer 11 browser: In the new version, IE11 has completely disabled VBScript by default and defaults to the Restricted sites zone.
VBScrit is a web scripting language, starting with Internet Explorer 11, VBScript is considered deprecated, should not be used as IE11 scripting language. In the creator update and the IE cumulative security update in April, the first appeared in the shielding VBScript function. But in the latest build 16237 preview version, the first time IE11 default set to disable. This change will also appear in the official version of the Windows 10 Fall Creator Update.