With Windows 10 going away, time to get serious about Windows 11on May 1, 2023 at 15:39 Computerworld
May 1, 2023
Well, it’s official: Microsoft has announced that Windows 10 22H2 will be the last released version of Windows 10.
Though Windows 10 will officially be supported until October 2025, businesses will need to make a lot of budgetary decisions between now and then. The hardware mandates of Windows 11 mean many firms will be squeezing out every last minute of support from their Windows 10 investment. Current estimates are that nearly 70% of Windows users still deploy Windows 10, and I know that many will be betting (and hoping) that Microsoft provides some sort of lifeline to extend our use of Windows 10 — much as the company did with Windows 7.