Microsoft plans to end support for Windows 10 by 2025
With the announcement of the 'next generation of Windows ' on June 24, 2021, Microsoft has officially announced that it will end support for Windows 10 Home and Windows 10 Pro in 2025.
Windows 10 Home and Pro | Microsoft Docs
Microsoft Appears to Be Dropping Windows 10 Support by 2025 | Tom's Hardware
In 2015, it was announced that mainstream support for Windows 10 would end on October 13, 2020, and extended support would end on October 14, 2025.
It is clear that Windows 10 will be supported until 2025 --GIGAZINE
However, the life cycle of Windows 10 has now been reviewed, and the end of support date for Windows 10 is October 14, 2025, which is the original end date of extended support.
According to Microsoft, the release of feature updates for Windows 10 Home and Windows 10 Pro in March and September will end on October 14, 2025. Windows 10 Enterprise and Windows Server aren't mentioned, but IT news site Tom's Hardware predicts that 'Windows 10 Enterprise and Windows Server will have a slightly longer lifespan.'
Microsoft said in 2015 that 'Windows 10 will be the last version of Windows.'
'Windows 10 will be the last version of Windows,' Microsoft states-GIGAZINE
However, at the end of May 2021, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella announced that he would announce the 'next generation of Windows,' which will be the 'most important update of the last decade.' The potential for this next-generation Windows to become 'Windows 11' is suggested by Microsoft's various announcements to match the number '11.'
Microsoft releases 11-minute movie remixed Windows startup sound, related to Windows 11-GIGAZINE
The end of support date for Windows 10 has been announced again, probably due to the advent of Windows 11. Tom's Hardware predicted that 'there are 1.3 billion active Windows devices worldwide and it will take three to four years to move to the new version.'
In addition, Tom's Hardware inquired Mictosoft about the end of support for Windows 10, but it is said that there is no answer at the time of writing the article.
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