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Microsoft confirms the end of Windows 10

Microsoft has announced the end of Windows 10 with an updated roadmap for their products.

No new feature updates for Windows 10; image: WIRED

Microsoft announced Friday that the company will not release any more feature updates for Windows 10. The last update was released in October 2022, according to an updated roadmap for Windows products.


The company also stressed that starting Oct. 14, 2025, support for the operating system. Jason Leznek, product manager at Microsoft, emphasized that you should move to Windows 11 now.


The upgrade to Windows 11 needs more power to run the operating system and so older devices are excluded for upgrading. Also, the comments on the roadmap say that Windows 11 should be finished first before pushing customers to upgrade.


Windows 10 is currently the most popular Windows operating system with a market share of over 70%. Windows 11, on the other hand, only has 20%. Another reason for this statistic is that Windows 11 does not offer important features of Windows 10.

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