Huge news everyone!
There has been a new, important update on Microsoft’s lifecycle pages. Apparently, there is an end date for Microsoft’s support of Windows 10. Microsoft is scheduled to end their support of the operating system in October 2025. This includes all the packages, including Home, Pro, Enterprise and Education.
Thurrott reports that this is the first time Microsoft describes the end of support for Windows 10. This has caused a stir among consumers, as Microsoft only indicated that they would end certain versions of Windows 10, but now it’s the entire operating system? Wow!
Here is the new warning on the page:
“Important – Microsoft will continue to support at least one Windows 10 Semi-Annual Channel until October 14, 2025.”
Microsoft will release more information at their upcoming special Windows event on June 24, 2021 at 11am ET. They have been teasing their audience with a “next generation” of Windows, and hopefully we will learn what this new release is. Most likely, a Windows 11 release?
This is a surprise to everyone, especially because Microsoft said that Windows 10 would be the “last version of Windows”. However, it looks like Microsoft is not wanting to stop.
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