Windows 10 Support End Date Revealed Ahead of Windows 11 Reveal

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Windows 11 is set to be revealed later this month, but Microsoft has now set a date for the end of Windows 10 support.

The company's existing operating system was intended to exist in perpetuity with constant updates, but we now know when the tech giant will end support: October 14, 2025


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Windows 10 Support End Date Revealed Ahead of Windows 11 Reveal

This comes as part of an updated lifecycle page on Microsoft's website, as spotted by Nordic Hardware.

"Microsoft will continue to support at least one Windows 10 semi-annual channel until October 14, 2025," the page explains.


That date will apply to both Pro and Home versions, so set your clocks.

Microsoft recently announced that "the next generation of Windows" will be revealed on June 24, meaning we don't have long to find out what's next.

In a statement to the Verge, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella had the following to say about the transition:

We will create more opportunity for every Windows developer today and welcome every creator who is looking for the most innovative, new, open platform to build and distribute and monetize applications. We look forward to sharing more very soon.