Microsoft is expected to release the next version of Windows on June 24, but they have already announced the end of support date for Windows 10: October 2025. This means that existing users have about 4 years to prepare, and don’t say it’s too late to transfer. Microsoft quietly listed on a product support page that Windows 10 will be retired on October 14, 2025. Starting from the launch on July 29, 2015, it will be a little more than 10 years, similar to Windows 8.1, Windows 7, etc. The predecessors are quiet.
At present, for Windows 11 (or whatever it is called, Windows is notoriously unassuming in terms of naming) Microsoft’s tone is very tight, except for speculation that there will be a new design and an improved Windows store Apart from that, the others are a mystery. However, Windows has traditionally maintained a situation of “good and bad alternation”.
Among the main products with high market share, such as Windows 98, Windows XP, Windows 7, and Windows 10, there are Windows ME, Windows Vista, Windows 8, and other products that have been forgotten by most people. To replace Windows 10 products, you have to work hard not to fall into this “tradition”.