Microsoft has reminded users that Windows 10, version 1909 (also known as the November 2019 Update), will reach the end of the service next month, in May 2021.
Redmond stops providing technical support and fixing bugs in recently discovered problems and vulnerabilities for products that are nearing the end of their support.
Customers who are still using unsupported software are advised to upgrade to the latest installation or cloud versions as soon as possible to keep their systems safe from attack.
Versions of Windows 10 that will not be supported from May
The company says this end of support period applies to all versions of Windows 10 1903 in a support document released earlier this week.
See below all the versions of Windows 10 that will reach the end of their support next month, on May 11, 2021:
- Windows 10, version 1909: Home, Pro, Pro for Workstations and Pro Education and Windows Server, version 1909, all versions
- Windows 10, version 1809: all versions except LTSC versions
- Windows 10, version 1803 and Windows Server, version 1803: all versions
Education and Enterprise editions of Windows 10 1909 will reach the end of their support next year, on May 11, 2022.
More information about the service expiration dates for supported versions of Windows 10 is available at frequently asked questions about servicing windows 10, to frequently asked questions about Windows life cycle and in its search tool Microsoft Lifecycle Policy.
Redmond also provides a list with all products no longer supported or withdrawn in 2021.
Source of information: bleepingcomputer.com