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Microsoft Discontinued Software Updates For Windows 10

Tech giant Microsoft is about to discontinue its popular Windows 10 operating system. The company has announced this in a blog post. The company said that it will not release major software updates for Windows 10 and that Windows 10 22H2 will be the last update, which was released recently.

Windows may be shut down by 2025

The company said that Windows 10 22H2 will be its last operating system update. The company will no longer rollout any major update for it. But till October 14, 2025, security updates ie safety and bug fix updates will continue to be available for Windows 10 devices. 

The company said that existing Long-Term Servicing Channel, or LTSC, releases will still receive updates until the support date.

Windows 10 can be updated to Windows 11

Microsoft recommends to upgrade to Windows 11. But you can still use Windows 10 after the end of support date, but after that time you will also stop getting additional security updates. In this case your system will become insecure.

That is, upgrading to Windows 11 would be the right option. Microsoft started rolling out its latest operating system Windows 11 in October 2021 and in May 2022 it was released for all supported devices. Windows 11 was introduced with many new features and customization.

How to download Windows 11

Microsoft has released Windows 11 update to Windows 10 users, which you can check by going to System Updates. With the new Windows, you can also download the Microsoft PC Health app.

In the system update, you will see a button of Download Now, by clicking on which you will be able to download Windows 11 on your computer.

Things you need to switch to Windows 11

To switch to Windows 11, the user will need a fast internet connection so that the Windows 11 installer files can be downloaded. For this, it will be necessary to have storage in the user's system.

  • Processor- 1 GHz or two or more cores on a 64-bit processor or SoC
  • Memory - 4 GB or more
  • Storage- 64GB and above
  • System firmware - UEFI, Secure Boot capable
  • TPM - TPM version 2.0
  • Graphics card-compatible with DirectX 12
  • Display- HD (720p) screen larger than 9” (diagonally), color channel at 8 bits
  • Internet connection and Microsoft account - for Windows 11 Home edition and features

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