According to a Computerworld article published 1/31/2019, Microsoft has opted to end support for Internet Explorer version 10 (IE10) next January.

Microsoft had originally expected to support the browser until the sundown of Windows Server 2012, scheduled for October 10, 2023, but it is now ending IE10 support over three and a half years earlier than anticipated.

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K2 has released a statement announcing the immediate end to security updates or technical support for Microsoft Internet Explorer versions earlier than IE 11.

On Tuesday, January 12th, Microsoft ends support for Internet Explorer 8, 9, and 10. The end of support means that these older versions of Internet Explorer will no longer receive security updates or technical support.

As such, K2 will also no longer release fixes or patches for these older versions of Internet Explorer. You may continue using the older browser versions with K2 products, but if any issues arise K2 will not release fixes or patches for unsupported browser versions. You will be required to upgrade to a supported version or use a different supported browser.

Endgaget reports that these older versions still have an estimated 20% market share.