Now, VBScript has come to the end of life. Starting from the patch update that arrives this month or the cumulative update on August 13th, by default,Windows7, Internet Explorer 11 on Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 will disable VBScript, and the new version of IE support for VBScript ends earlier, which was turned off in the cumulative update of Windows 10 as early as July 9. After these operating system updates, the Internet and the "Restricted Sites" area are disabled by default.
Microsoft pointed out that if users need it, through the registry, Group Policy and IE's "Internet Options", there will still be an option to enable VBScript. Obviously, Microsoft is considering that some companies still rely on the old scripting language, so they have opened a hole for them, but disabling VBScript is enough to bring trouble to many industry users, thus pushing them to upgrade their web pages.