Microsoft will continue to support Windows 10 till 2025

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We’ve just posted the following news: Microsoft will continue to support Windows 10 till 2025[newsimage]http://static.myce.com//images_posts/2015/07/myce-windows-10-here-95x75.png[/newsimage]

Microsoft has announced Windows 10 will receive security updates, bug fixes and new features till the end of 2025.

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#2

“Microsoft previously announced that Windows 10 will be the last Windows version and that it will continuously add new features to the OS.”

Does that mean there will be no Windows 11? If so, what will happen to Windows users on October 14 2025? Will every Windows user be forced to switch to other systems to remain secure? Or will Microsoft decide to Open-Source the system, allowing the Open Source community to pick up support where Microsoft left off?


#3

Does that mean there will be no Windows 11? If so, what will happen to Windows users on October 14 2025? Will every Windows user be forced to switch to other systems to remain secure? Or will Microsoft decide to Open-Source the system, allowing the Open Source community to pick up support where Microsoft left off?
It just means Microsoft’s next OS will not be called Windows…


#4

[QUOTE=jshippy;2757216]It just means Microsoft’s next OS will not be called Windows…[/QUOTE]

It will be called Apple OSx…that’s what it will be called. :bigsmile:


#5

[QUOTE=jshippy;2757216]It just means Microsoft’s next OS will not be called Windows…[/QUOTE] Doors 1.0 ? :cool:


#6

[QUOTE=DrageMester;2757253]Doors 1.0 ? :cool:[/QUOTE]

Are we going to get other products based upon other essential parts of buildings? Microsoft Foundation? Microsoft Floors? MS Roof? Walls?


#7

The next Windows will be called OS1 Â closely followed by OS2…