Windows 10 users need not be concerned with the major Windows 11 update released this week. Microsoft has re-confirmed they will continue to provide support for Windows 10 until October 2025.
“We remain committed to Windows 10 and will continue to service Windows 10 through October of 2025,” said John Cable, vice president of program management for Microsoft’s Windows Servicing and Delivery, in a briefing with reporters.
Technically, the fact that Microsoft will continue to support Windows 10 until 2025 isn’t anything new, as Microsoft has been saying this since June 2021. Still, Microsoft said then that Windows 10 would be retired on Oct. 14, 2025 — even though the original lifespan called for it to end support in 2017. What we’ve learned is that Microsoft is holding fast to that 2025 deadline.
via PC World