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Microsoft will announce one of the biggest Windows updates next week, so the Redmond giant announced before releasing a “new version” of Windows later this year that it will no longer provide technical support for Windows 10 in October 2025. This means that after this date, Windows 10 users will not be able to get Microsoft support for technical issues.

For those who don’t know, Microsoft is teasing the release of the next Sun Valley update (21H2), which includes some major changes to the operating system. However, before releasing the new version, Microsoft updated its Windows life cycle fact sheet. If we stick to the rumors, the Redmond giant will launch Windows 11 at an event next week. The retiring date of the Windows 10 update is convincing evidence.

According to the updated newsletter, Microsoft intends to end support for Windows 10 Home Edition, Professional Edition, and Professional Education Edition on October 14, 2025. After that, 1.3 million monthly active Windows 10 users will easily become the target. If your operating system has technical problems.

However, the software giant will continue to support at least one half-yearly Windows 10 channel until it no longer fully supports the operating system on October 14, 2025.

During the annual developer’s conference, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella addressed the upcoming Windows version, stating that it will be “one of the most significant updates” to Windows in a long time. As per Nadella, the upcoming update will “unlock greater economic opportunity for developers and creators” in the coming days.

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