Joy Cable, vice president of program management for Microsoft Windows Servicing and Delivery, confirmed on September 20 that the end of support for Windows 10 Home and Pro will continue as planned. According to him, this will happen in October 2025.
“We remain committed to Windows 10 and will continue servicing Windows 10 until October 2025“, he told the media. After this date, the OS will no longer receive security updates and bug fixes. This applies to Home and Pro editions, including Pro Education and Pro for Workstations.
Earlier it was reported that Windows 10 21H1 and 20H2 of all editions will be relevant until December 13, 2022 and May 10, 2022, respectively. But now the company has extended the system life cycle and said that Windows 10 21H2 will remain relevant until June 13, 2023.
Meanwhile, the company announced about the release of update 2H22 for the new Windows 11 OS. It has already appeared, but many of its features, including tabs in Explorer and Taskbar Overflow (taskbar overflow), have to wait until October.