Why haven’t you upgraded to Win 11 yet?Microsoft: Stop selling Windows 10 on 31 January

Why don't you upgrade to Windows 11, aren't you used to using it, is it a higher threshold or something else, whatever it is, Microsoft is already helping people with the multiple choice question.

why havent you upgraded to win 11 yetmicrosoft stop selling windows 10 on 31 january

Well, Microsoft has announced that it will stop selling online download channels for Windows 10 Home and Professional editions later this month. These downloads include Windows 10 licence keys (which are required to activate and use the downloads), which will also be removed for more than two years before Microsoft officially stops supporting Windows 10 on 14 October 2025.

Microsoft has updated its Windows 10 product page with the 31 January sale deadline, but it is unclear what the company will do with the associated download images and licence keys offered by retailers such as Amazon, with the company only confirming its plans to remove its own channels for selling Windows 10 licences.

"Updates have been made to the Windows 10 product pages to ensure customers have the most up-to-date information about Windows 10 purchase options," said Amy Bartlow, director of Windows marketing, in a statement to The Verge." Customers will be able to purchase Windows 10 Home and Windows 10 Pro from this site until 31 January 2023." Microsoft noted that Windows 10 will continue to be supported until the end of its life in October 2025, and will next focus on recommending Windows 11.

Microsoft originally launched Windows 10, a rapidly iterating operating system, in July 2015. The operating system was launched after Windows 8, which was widely criticised for removing the traditional Start menu and buttons, and replacing desktop operations with a touch-first interface throughout.

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