Microsoft will end its support for windows 10 on October 14, 2025. This will mark just over 10 years since the first launch of the operating system.
Microsoft revealed the retirement date of windows 10 in its updated OS support lifecycle page. Thurrott, a blog that has been focusing on Microsoft technology, reported that this is the first time Microsoft has described the end of its support for windows 10.
Microsoft initially promised to provide 10 years of support for windows 10, and the end date of mainstream support for the initial version is set on October 13, 2020. But Microsoft has been rolling out regular updates and extending its active support for windows 10. Therefore, we still have not entered the stage of windows 10 extension support. This is the period when Microsoft does not add new functions to the operating system, but only maintains security support through error repair and security patches.
For Microsoft, windows 10 is an unusual version, because it gets rid of the typical rhythm of releasing a new version of the operating system every few years. The previous news also shows that windows 10 users can upgrade windows 11 for free. Are you looking forward to it?
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