Microsoft has announced that it has completed major updates to Windows 10 and is now recommending users to upgrade to Windows 11.

Windows 10 version 22H2 is the latest and last version of the operating system, and Microsoft will provide monthly security updates for all Windows 10 editions until the end of support on 14th October 2025.

However, the company clarified that existing long-term servicing channel (LTSC) releases will continue to receive updates beyond the end-of-support date.


If you choose to stay with Windows 10 after the end-of-support date, your PC will remain functional, but without security updates, it will become more vulnerable to various security risks.


This move by Microsoft is intended to encourage users to make the transition to Windows 11, which was rolled out in October 2021 and deployed to all eligible devices in May 2022.

Windows 11, the latest operating system by Microsoft, includes new design elements and additional features and productivity tools that are available on the best Windows laptops.