Microsoft Is Reportedly Ending Windows 10 Updates

Microsoft is reportedly ending Windows 10 updates. According to reports, the current version of Windows 10 will be the final one, and support on the other hand for the OS will stop in 2025.

Microsoft Windows 10 Updates

Microsoft Windows 10 Updates

Microsoft in a blog post on Thursday said that it is finished with major updates to Windows 10. With that being said, Windows 10 version 22H2 is the current as well as the final version of the OS, although Microsoft said that it will continue to release monthly security updates for all Windows 10 editions until it gets to the end of support on the 14th of October 2025.

Long-Term Servicing Channel Releases Will Still Be Receiving Updates

The company also said that existing long-term servicing channels, or LTSC releases will still be receiving updates way beyond the end of the support date.

For those people who are concerned as to what this means for them, here it is. With no new Windows 10 feature updates set to be coming, Microsoft is now recommending that users transition over to Windows 11. You however can still make use of Windows 10 after the stipulated end of support date, but without an additional security update or updates, it means that your PC will become vulnerable and open to several security risks.

Microsoft Windows 11

Microsoft started the rollout of Windows 11 which is the latest operating system of the company in October 2021 and they deployed it to all eligible devices in May 2022. The company with Windows 11 added and introduced new design elements and then added a couple of new features and productivity tools.



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