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Extended Security Updates after EoS for Windows 10


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From Bleeping Computer at Microsoft to let Windows 10 home users buy Extended Security Updates:


Microsoft says that all Windows 10 customers (including home users) will be able to pay for three extra years of security updates through the company’s Extended Security Updates (ESU) program after the end of support (EOS) date.

After Windows 10 reaches the end of support on October 14, 2025, Microsoft will no longer provide users with technical assistance or bug fixes for new issues affecting their systems' security, stability, or usability.

The upcoming Windows 10 22H2 version is the final Windows release, with all editions to continue to receive monthly security updates until the EOS date.


No information on pricing has been disclosed yet.


Also see What options do I have for continuing to use versions of Windows 10 that reach End of Support on October 14, 2025?

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