Microsoft will end support for Windows 10 Home and Pro on October 14, 2025


Microsoft will end support for Windows 10 Home and Pro on October 14, 2025. This is according to a product document from the tech company. According to Windows follower Paul Thurrott , this is the first time Microsoft has announced when it will end support for both operating systems. Previously, the tech company only announced when a particular Windows 10 version would no longer receive updates.


Next week on June 24, Microsoft will announce the "Next Generation Windows". Thurrott argues that the now mentioned end date shows that from a marketing perspective the next Windows will not be Windows 10 and will be renamed. The first version of Windows 10 was released on July 29, 2015.


Twice a year, Microsoft releases a major feature update for Windows 10. In the case of Windows 10 Home, Pro, Pro Education and Pro for Workstations, they are supported with security updates for 18 months. Users who want to continue receiving patches after this period must upgrade to a newer version. It now appears that Windows 10 Home and Pro as a platform will be end-of-life after October 14, 2025.

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