Microsoft will no longer provide Windows 10 feature updates

Kevin Okemwa

Windows 10

Microsoft has announced that it will no longer push updates to Windows 10. This means that Windows 10 2H22 is the last version that will be availed to users.

However, the company will continue releasing security updates to the OS until it reaches its end-of-support date which is slated for October 14, 2025. It’s worth noting that some releases on the Long-Term Servicing Channel will continue receiving updates from Microsoft well beyond the said date.

Windows 10’s phase-out process began earlier this year when Microsoft announced that Windows 10 Home and Windows 10 Pro licenses were no longer up for sale. Microsoft highly recommends users using Windows 10 users to upgrade to Windows 11  to avoid any setbacks in the future.

The company continues to push updates to Windows 11, as is the case with the Windows 11 22H2 Moment 2 update that shipped with tons of new features as well as key improvements.

There have been rumors looming around that Windows 12 could be in development. And that the incorporation of the new Canary channel to the Windows Insider program is a hidden way for Microsoft to test for new features for the OS.

Will you be making the upgrade to Windows 11 if your device is still running on Windows 10? Let us know in the comments.