Microsoft Subtly Warns Users of Windows 10’s End of Life

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Despite the introduction of Windows 11, a significant number of users continue to rely on Windows 10 due to its stability and familiarity. Hence, it still has a strong market share. However, Microsoft is motivating users to upgrade to the newer Windows 11. There have been many campaigns by the tech giant encouraging people to upgrade. Previously, there were annoying pop-up ads on Windows 10 telling users to upgrade. Now, Microsoft has made a new landing page live which subtly tells users that the end of Windows 10 is near, and they should upgrade.

Microsoft’s new landing page announces that support for Windows 10 will end on October 14, 2025. After this date, users will no longer receive security updates or technical support. To maintain a subtle tone, the page reassures users that their PCs will continue to function as usual.

Microsoft Subtly Warns Users of Windows 10’s End

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After the warning, the landing page comprises different sections surrounding Windows 11. There is one to explore the features of the newer Windows. Upgrading to Windows 11 can provide enhanced security features, improved performance, and a more modern interface. There are more sections on the landing page for comparison between Windows 10 & 11, and a section for buying laptops with Windows 11. Moreover, at the end, there is also a section for frequently asked questions. This includes many important questions for users planning to switch to Windows 11.

Why Users Stick with Windows 10

Some users prefer Windows 10 due to their familiarity and comfort with the system. While some users do not like the newer style of Windows 11. Many users also face issues with higher requirements of Windows 11 like the TPM 2.0, which is not available on old machines.

In summary, the end of support for Windows 10 is imminent. After that, users will no longer receive important updates which is crucial for security. Hence, the tech giant is doing its best to bring new campaigns for the promotion of Windows 11. Are you planning to upgrade to Windows 11, or will you stick with Windows 10? Share your experiences and preferences in the comments below.

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