Microsoft confirms they will end support for Windows 10 in October 2025
A statement that was seen coming, Microsoft has announced and confirmed that they they are going to end the support of the Windows 10 on the 14th of October in 2025.
The announcement was made in an updated webpage, where they said:
|Listing||Start Date||Retirement Date|
|Windows 10 Home and Pro||07/29/2015||10/14/2025|
Microsoft said they will be supporting at least 1 Windows 10 semi-annual channel until the year 2025.
However, the thing is that Microsoft did not reveal any other details about the versions or any other thing about the announcement that was recently made.
The life cycle page of the company only mentioned Home and Pro versions of the Windows 10. However, another area said that it applies to Pro Education and Pro for Workstations.
Right now, everyone is looking out for updates regarding enterprise, server, and the prosumer variants of the Windows 10 OS.
For those that are still wondering, yes, this changes everything Microsoft said before.
In 2015, Microsoft said that the Windows 10 is going to be the last version of the Windows that they will be ever making.
However, that did not age well.
The thing is, last week, the company teased an 11 minute video of Windows start up sounds and next week, the company is holding a big event in order to reveal the next generation of the operating system next week.
Many are believe that Microsoft will be unveiling Windows 11 OS next week during their big event.
It looks like we all have to wait for that event in order to make a final call!
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