IE 10 browser is about to stop supporting, which means that many Windows users no longer get any security or non-security updates, no free or paid support options and online technology content. Fortunately, Microsoft is offering Windows users the last chance to upgrade to IE 11 browser. Although IE 10 will withdraw from support in 2020, IE 11 will continue for some time.
Maybe you will ask who is still using IE 10 browser? The answer is for enterprise users on platforms like Windows Server 2012 and Windows Embedded 8 Standard. Microsoft will provide upgrade services for these enterprises and organizations. Enterprise managers can download IE 11 browser manually through Microsoft Update Catalog. Microsoft will also push IE 11 browser upgrades for all Windows Server 2012 and Windows Embedded 8 Standard devices by the end of this year through Windows Update and Windows Server Update Services (WSUS).
Microsoft has been issuing notifications to many companies today, requiring business managers to test and upgrade in test environments or pilot channels. Microsoft points out that IE11 has an enterprise model that simulates IE10 and should take into account compatibility issues. Enterprise users who still use IE 10 browsers should expect IE 11 to provide a smoother and faster experience.