Summary – Microsoft has announced it will soon be ending support for Windows 10, although only after the operating system has supported the newer Windows 10 S.

Rumors on Window 11 in Australia

Rumors are circulating in Australia and the rest of the world that Microsoft will announce a new version of Windows called Windows 11 this year June 2021 and discontinue Windows 10 support, and seem to have confirmed this. The wait for more information won’t be too long, as the next Microsoft Windows digital event is on June 24th and we can expect many screenshots, news, and detailed upgrades on that day. Windows 10 Confirmed Timeline The big announcement about what we’ll see on June 24 might come sooner than others, but it seems likely that it will matter to PC and laptop owners.

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Microsoft Window 10 Support Ends Date 

Over the weekend Microsoft has edited a document on its website to reveal its plans to discontinue Windows 10 Home and Pro support on October 14th, 2025. The announcement comes ahead of Microsoft’s next Windows event on June 24 that already appears that CEO Satya Nadella will take a new version of Windows under his wing. The document lists the retirement date for Windows 10 Home and Pro as 10 / 14 / 2025. 

This seems to be clear proof that Microsoft is planning on killing Windows 10 in 2025

When Windows 10 was first introduced, Microsoft declared that it would be the last version number. A new version of Windows was Microsoft’s way of fueling the PC market to offset the hot pandemic. However, Microsoft has never said exactly when Windows 10 will expire.

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According to the Microsoft Document on Window 10 Support Ends Date

According to an updated support document on Microsoft’s website, Windows 10 Home and Windows 10 Pro will relaunch on 14 October 2025. According to Thurrott, this is the first time Microsoft has declared that there will be an end to Windows 10 Pros support. 

Microsoft has announced that it will cease the support for Windows 10 in 2025. The company announced that support for the operating system will be discontinued after this date. The company updated the Windows Lifecycle Fact Sheet stating that the company will discontinue support on October 14, 2025, for Windows 10 Home and Pro as well as Pro, Workstation, and Pro Education.    

This means that after that date, the US IT company will no longer be releasing updates and security patches. In the next 12 months, the Office 2007 product wave will also end support as part of Microsoft’s lifecycle policy. The next generation of Windows was announced when Microsoft announced that on October 14th, 2025 Microsoft would retire the Windows Pro version.  

When Microsoft launched Windows 10 it was said that it would be the last version of Windows. The company has updated this information in its updated Windows Lifecycle Factsheet now. According to new information, Microsoft will discontinue support for Windows Home, Pro, Pro Education, and Pro Workstation until 2025.    

Microsoft says that devices that receive no longer feature updates will receive security updates until January 2023. The operating system is described by Microsoft as a service and it receives regular feature updates which include new features and other updates and fixes. Microsoft notes in a footnote to the datasheet where Windows 10 is first listed the difference between Windows 10 updates and upgrade practices.    

Microsoft extended the support policies of Windows 10 to the list in a footnote in a footnote. Critics have acknowledged that Microsoft’s updated testing practices have affected the overall quality of Windows 10 Pro.    

Windows 10 is the only Windows version where Microsoft supports new CPU microarchitectures, starting with Intel Kaby Lake and AMD Bristol Ridge. As of version 1703, Windows 10 does not support Intel’s Clover Trail System-on-a-Chip despite Microsoft’s stated policy to update devices during the OEM support period.    

Microsoft will require all new OEM devices to use 64-bit processors starting with the Windows 10 version 2004 and suspend sales of Windows 10 versions x86 and 32-bit outside of the OEM channel. 

Microsoft will require all new OEM devices to use 64-bit processors starting with the Windows 10 version 2004 and suspend sales of Windows 10 versions x86 and 32-bit outside of the OEM channel. The 32-bit versions will continue to be available in the non-OEM channel, and Microsoft will continue to provide features and security updates for these devices.    

It’s been less than a week since Microsoft announced the next generation of Windows. At Build 2021, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella confirmed that the next Windows update will be the most important of the past decade. Ahead of the planned launch, the company announced that it would discontinue Windows 10 support by 2025 and that Windows 10 Home and Pro versions support the operating system. 


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