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Microsoft will stop selling Windows 10 on January 31, but workarounds remain

So far, Windows 10 and Windows 11 product keys have been interchangeable.

Microsoft will stop selling downloadable licenses for Windows 10 on its website on January 31, according to a message on the product pages for Windows 10 Home and Pro. Although Windows 10 will continue to be supported with new security updates until at least October 2025, Microsoft is pushing anyone buying or building a new PC to use the newer Windows 11 instead.

Other retail sites will presumably keep selling physical and digital copies of Windows 10 for at least a little while, but even if all Windows 10 sales went away at the end of the month, people who really wanted it should still be able to get it.


Courtesy of Ars Technica

Article Author: Andrew Cunningham