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Microsoft Elevates Status: Preparing to Dismantle VBScript from Future Windows Releases

Microsoft has announced plans to discontinue the use of VBScript, stating that it will now become an optional feature known as “on-demand.” Users will need to download and install it themselves before it is eventually removed in a future release of Windows.

VBScript has been in the process of being phased out for some time, with its functionality being disabled in Internet Explorer 11 in 2019, and most recently, in the beginning of this year, it was disabled in the IE mode on Windows 10.

TLDR: Microsoft has updated its plans to discontinue the use of VBScript, making it an optional feature that users will have to download and install themselves. This comes after the functionality of VBScript was disabled in Internet Explorer 11 in 2019 and in the IE mode on Windows 10 earlier this year.

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