Tuesday, February 7, 2023

Final goodbye to Windows 10: Microsoft will stop selling licenses for its system two years before official support ends

Windows 10 Home and Pro will no longer be available for purchase and download From the official Microsoft channel. The company has updated its page for this version of the operating system, revealing that it will no longer be possible to purchase any of the options at the end of January.

Contains license keys To activate and use the productThat’s scheduled for October 14, 2025, more than two years after Windows 10 officially goes out of support.

for now, ledge Turns out that after contacting Microsoft to find out how the company would handle downloads and license keys available on other channels like Amazon, the company only confirmed Your Own Way to Eliminate Sales through their channels.

Also, according to Amy Bartlow, Director of Marketing for Windows, this change in the product page “Make sure customers have the latest information on Windows 10 purchasing options,


message that can be found on the Windows 10 page

It’s not the end of Windows 10 yet

So far No plans have been revealed for other storesto hold back sales of the operating system to consumers, although in Microsoft’s specific case it makes sense given that Windows 11 has been on the market for over a year and is the version they want to promote.

also possible Windows 10 is pre-installed On devices available through third parties before Microsoft discontinued support.

Remember that we can upgrade to Windows 11 for free through either section if we meet the technical requirements Updates From our configuration, or by directly downloading the ISO file and performing the installation on your own.

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