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Post-2025 Windows 10 updates for businesses start at $61 per PC, go up from there

Consumer pricing hasn't been announced; schools will pay just $1 per year.

For most people, Windows 10 will stop receiving critical security updates on October 14, 2025, roughly a decade after its initial release. For people using computers that can't upgrade to Windows 11 or organizations with dozens or hundreds of PCs to manage, Microsoft is making another three years of Extended Security Updates (ESUs) available, but only if you can pay for them. And the company is ready to start talking about pricing.

In a blog post published earlier this week, Microsoft's Jason Leznek writes that the first year of ESUs will cost $61 per PC for businesses that want to keep their systems updated.


Courtesy of Ars Technica

Article Author: Andrew Cunningham