Microsoft confirms 22H2 is the final version of Windows 10
This Thursday, Microsoft confirmed that there are no more plans to release feature updates for Windows 10.
This means that the current version, 22H2 (Build 19045), will be the last Windows 10 release until full support ends on 14 October 2025.
Of course, Microsoft has promised that it will continue to distribute monthly security patches for the Win10 operating system.
Windows 10 was reportedly released in 2015 and has since undergone several rounds of feature updates, with version numbers bumped from the original Build 10240 (RTM) to today's Build 19045.
In fact, the argument that 22H2 will be the final official release of Win10 has been around for a long time. After all, this release brings few major feature changes, focusing instead on bug fixes, stability improvements, and so on.
In January this year, Microsoft also stopped offering digital versions of Win10 for download and sale. Apparently, the company is focusing more on Windows 11 and 'Windows 12', which is expected to be released in 2024.
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