Microsoft in a statement has said that by 2025, it will end support for Windows 10. The company updated its official Windows 10 documentation to include this information that on October 14, 2025 it will drop support for Windows 10 including the Windows 10 Home Pro, and the Pro versions for Education and Workstations.
Microsoft To End Support For Windows 10 In 2025
When the company ‘Microsoft’ launched Windows 10, they said that this is going to be the last version of Windows. But this year, on June 24, 2021, the Company is launching another version of Windows and along with this announcement they also said that they will not provide any support to Windows 10 after October 14, 2025 which means that after this date, there will be no more updates and security fixes for this version of Windows.
Though Windows 10 Home and Pro versions are to retire by October 14, 2025 but we are pretty sure that the company will give time to its users to adapt to the new version as it did in the case of Windows 7.
Hinting towards the “next generation of Windows” at Microsoft’s Build event last month, Sayta Nadella, CEO of Microsoft said, “Soon we will share one of the most significant updates to Windows of the past decade to unlock greater economic opportunity for developers and creators. I’ve been self-hosting it over the past several months, and I’m incredibly excited about the next generation of Windows.”
Event for launching the new Windows has been scheduled for June 24, 2021 at 11:00 AM Eastern Time (8:30 PM IST) and finally the name for the upcoming version will be unveiled that whether it is going to Windows 11 or some other name.
Though, Microsoft is a tech giant but it needs a complete over haul. With its upcoming version we will see a lot more changes in its user interface. Nadella has also said that the company will provide the Windows developers and creators with a lot of opportunities who are looking for an innovative and open platform to build and distribute and monetize applications. More on this is to be unveiled on June 24, 2021, so stay connected.