Microsoft is finishing support for Windows 10 on October fourteenth, 2025. It will mark a little more than a long time since the operating system was first presented. Microsoft uncovered the retirement date for Windows 10 in a updated support life cycle page for the OS. Thurrott reports that this is the first time Microsoft has at any point described the finish of support for Windows 10.
It’s not satisfactory precisely when the support document was updated, yet Thurrott reports it just past documented “when specific Windows 10 versions would leave support,” and not the whole OS. It very well may be another clue that a new version of Windows is in transit.
Microsoft has been dropping lots of hints that it’s prepared to dispatch Windows 11. The product producer is holding a special Windows event to uncover the “next generation” of the OS one week from now. The event begins at 11AM ET, and the occasion welcome incorporates a window that makes a shadow with a diagram that resembles the number 11. Microsoft executives have likewise been teasing a “next generation of Windows” declaration for quite a long time, and one even described it as “new version of Windows” as of late. Microsoft likewise teased Windows 11 during a 11-minute video last week.
They are expecting that Microsoft should report a new version of Windows with critical UI changes, and a redesign to the Windows Store. Microsoft has been dealing with something codenamed “Sun Valley,” which the organization has alluded to as a “sweeping visual rejuvenation of Windows.” There will be numerous different changes, so read our past inclusion for what’s in store.
Microsoft initially committed to 10 years of help for Windows 10, with a unique mainstream finish of help date set for October thirteenth, 2020. That mainstream finish of support has not yet started, as Microsoft has been introducing regular updates and extending active Windows 10 support.
They are as yet not in the extended support phase of Windows 10 yet, which is the period when Microsoft doesn’t add new features to an operating system and just keeps up help with bug fixes and security patches.
Windows 10 has been a unusual release for Microsoft, as it moved away from its common rhythm of releasing a new version of the OS at regular intervals. All things considered, Microsoft moved Windows to all the more a help, updating it two times per year with new features. Microsoft may have depicted Windows 10 as “the last version of Windows,” however it has now been almost a long time since its release and Microsoft looks prepared to proceed onward to something new.