We already heard very recently that Microsoft is working on the next big update for Windows 10, to follow the current 19H1 build which should roll out around April time, and it seems that it'll only be a few weeks before "skip ahead" (advance) testers will get the initial incarnation of this upgrade. The ad network for Windows Store apps and games has just published new data for the month of January, and this time only 12.4% of more than 100,000 surveyed PCs are running the October 2018 Update (up 5,8% points).
Microsoft revealed that it will make Internet Explorer 11 available for Windows Server 2012 and Windows Embedded 8 Standard operating systems. Microsoft announced that the October 2018 Update has been made available for all device via manual check option from the Windows Update.
Internet Explorer 10 first appeared back in 2012 and it was about as popular as the Boston Strangler. Microsoft won't release security updates for the browser anymore. And as you can see in the image below, what the company has been seeing with the October 2018 update is pretty unique in the history of Windows 10 updates.
Updates for Internet Explorer 10 and 11 will be labeled as such. A footnote in it indicates that IE 10 will be supported on Windows Server 2012 and Windows Embedded 8 Standard until January 31, 2020, with the last security updates arriving on January 14, 2020. You can use it safely and without any stress.