This includes Windows 10 Home Pro and Pro versions for education and workstations. The tech giant recently updated its official Windows 10 documentation to include this information.
On Microsoft’s Windows 10 Home and Pro Lifecycle Policy page, the company said it “will continue to support at least one Windows 10 semi-annual channel until October 14, 2025.” Underneath, it then lists the “Windows 10 Home and Pro” retirement date of October 14, 2025. This means the tech giant won’t release any more updates and security fixes after that date.
However, the company’s recent teaser confirmed that it will launch Windows 11 by the end of the month. It has listed a new event on its website, which will take place on June 24. According to The Verge, at the event, the company will be highlighting everything to come for Windows.
The event will start at 8:30 p.m. IST. Microsoft confirmed this news via its official Twitter account. Windows 11 is expected to undergo a major user interface overhaul. According to The Verge, Microsoft has been working on something codenamed “Sun Valley,” which the company has called “a deep visual rejuvenation of Windows.” There will be many more changes, including some important ones from the Windows Store.
Microsoft has also been working on a new app store for Windows in recent months, and rumors have suggested that Microsoft will open its store to all competing apps and payment platforms.