Microsoft has announced the date on which Windows 10 will be discontinue. It will no longer support the current operating system on October 14, 2025. That implies Microsoft expects a four-year transition to the next version of Windows, which will be unveiled on June 24.
According to Thurrott, the company discreetly announced the news in a support page update. The website originally indicated when Microsoft will cease supporting certain versions of Windows 10. Microsoft started keeping Windows 10 Home and Pro on July 29, 2015, and the operating system’s ‘retirement date’ has now been announced. The end-of-support date for Windows 10 is slightly over ten years, which is the same as for previous versions of the operating system.
We may anticipate a makeover of Windows 11 or whatever it’s called, which will most likely feature a new Windows Store. Microsoft just scrapped Windows 10X, which was intended to be designed for dual-screen PCs. It claimed that many features intended for that OS will be incorporated in the mainstream version of Windows. Manufacturers and developers may find it simpler to support dual-screen devices without having to deal with a separate version of Windows as a result of this.