Microsoft Announces the End of New Feature Updates for Windows 10

Published by


In a recent announcement, Microsoft has confirmed that Windows 10 will no longer receive updates with new features. The current version, 22H2, will be the final version of the operating system. 

Although Microsoft had previously stated that security updates would continue until October 2025, the latest announcement clarifies that the operating system will no longer receive new features. This decision aims to help consumers and organizations plan for future Windows releases. While the last feature update for Windows 10 was released in October 2021, which included minor additions such as the ability to show certain notifications through Concentration Aid, Microsoft emphasizes that security updates will still be provided until October 14, 2025.

It is worth noting that Enterprise and IoT versions of Windows 10 will be supported for a longer duration, with Long-Term Servicing Channel updates available until January 2032, depending on the version and operating system.

Although users may still receive security updates for several years, the shift towards Windows 11 and its forthcoming updates demonstrates Microsoft's commitment to delivering the latest technology and features to its users.

Share this content
Twitter Facebook Reddit WhatsApp Email Print