Microsoft has already announced that VBScript should be considered deprecated and should no longer be used as a scripting language for IE11. VBScript will not be executed for web pages displayed in IE11 mode. However, to ensure compatibility with old websites, Microsoft allowed VBScript execution in legacy document modes as a temporary solution. With the Windows 10 Creators Update and Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer-April 11, 2017, Microsoft allowed users to block VBScript execution in Internet Explorer for all document modes.
Microsoft today announced that VBScript will be disabled by default for Internet Explorer 11 and WebOCs for Internet and Untrusted zones on all platforms running Internet Explorer 11 from August 13th, 2019. To support legacy websites, the settings to enable or disable for VBScript execution in Internet Explorer 11 will remain configurable per site security zone, via Registry, or via Group Policy.