Microsoft is going to officially end support for Windows 10 Home and Pro by the fall of 2025, further confirming the company’s plans to release Windows 11 in the near future.
The company has posted information about the lifecycle policies for the Home and Pro versions of Windows 10. Each of the variations has a different lifespan, for example, the October 2020 update, labeled Windows 10 20H2, will only continue to receive support until May 2022.
At least one of the OS update channels will remain relevant until mid-October 2025. At the same time, support for Windows 10 Home and Pro without an update number will stop.
At the end of June, Microsoft is also going to demonstrate a number of major interface updates as part of a special event.