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Microsoft sets a kill date for Windows 10 support as Windows 11 draws near

Microsoft sets a kill date for Windows 10 support as Windows 11 draws near

Nothing lasts forever. Not even Windows 10, which was originally billed as the being the last version of Windows ever, with bi-annual feature upgrades to keep it fresh and relevant. Now as Microsoft prepares to unveil the “next generation of Windows,” it has set an end date for Windows 10 Pro and Home support: October 14, 2025.

The “retirement date” is clearly outlined in an official Microsoft document (via Nordic Hardware) that was recently updated. It outlines when support will end for various builds, like the current version (21H1), which will be supported through December 13, 2022. The end of the road for Windows 10 in general, however, is a little over four years from now.


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