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Windows 10 gets three more years of security updates, if you can afford them

Windows 10 gets a version of the program that extended updates for Windows 7.

Windows 10's end-of-support date is October 14, 2025. That's the day that most Windows 10 PCs will receive their last security update and the date when most people should find a way to move to Windows 11 to ensure that they stay secure.

As it has done for other stubbornly popular versions of Windows, though, Microsoft is offering a reprieve for those who want or need to stay on Windows 10: three additional years of security updates, provided to those who can pay for the Extended Security Updates (ESU) program.


Courtesy of Ars Technica

Article Author: Andrew Cunningham