The end of Microsoft’s flagship OS, Windows 10, is announced via its dedicated blogspot that report October 14, 2025 as its retirement date after Windows 10 has been is service over a decade. Despite series of rumours about the next OS version, Microsoft has never joked about ditching this current Windows version, Techbooky writes.
Although the software company did not disclose in-depth documentation about ceasing to support the current OS. Still, their revelation depicts a new OS update which is likely to continue the sequel title.
Meanwhile, Microsoft has reportedly shared clues that backs up the rumoured Windows 11 the software company is preparing to release alongside their upcoming developer event scheduled to kick off next week. In line with sequel code that titles the next OS, the conference will also start by 11AM ET.
On rolling out the next generation of Microsoft’s OS, that is expected to be the eleventh also came with an anticipated graphic designed like the typical Window While the outline is shaped like an ’11’. Microsoft revealed this graphic alongside the 11minute viral video they shared on their YouTube channel, teasing about Windows 11.
Microsoft has reportedly committed to maintaining the current OS with interesting tweaks and features that rolls out on a steady. The software company initially announced October 13th, 2020 as the end of Windows 10 — the retirement of this OS has been postponed for years to come.
Since Windows 10 debuted, Microsoft has not released a new update, rather than reviving the current OS. The software company portrays nonchalance about extending Windows 10 lifespan, whereby Microsoft predictably stick to fixing bugs as-well as patching security loopholes.
Microsoft has iteratively released new updates consecutively in a short period of time, while Windows 10 has received updates twice in a year, which users suggested will be the last of its typical sequel update, until this latest confirmation.