Microsoft has recently announced that Windows Server 2012 and Windows Embedded 8 Standard will be allowed to download Internet Explorer 11 beginning this spring.
Previously, these two platforms were only allowed to update to Internet Explorer 10, which will reach the end of support in January 2020.
Microsoft says Internet Explorer 11 will be originally available on the Microsoft Update Catalog, and the new browser will also be offered through Windows Update and Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) later this year too.
In January 2020, Microsoft will stop releasing security updates for Internet Explorer 10 and Windows 7, so devices not upgraded to newer versions would technically be exposed to exploits aimed at unpatched vulnerabilities.
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Furthermore, Microsoft warns that after the January 2020 deadline, the company wouldn’t even offer custom support to companies interesting in paying fur continued updates.
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