Ask Paul: September 23 (Premium)

Happy Friday! Let’s kick off the weekend a bit earlier after this tiring week with some great reader questions.
andybarzyk asks:

So 22H2 is out for Windows 11 but I don't see anything about Windows 10. We need to rebuild our image at work as the image has the oldest supported version of 10 and once this new one is released, does the end of life clock start ticking on that (i.e. dose the oldest supported version move to a newer build) or is that already a set 2-year thing?

Windows 10 will be supported until October 14, 2025. Windows 10 Home and Pro versions are supported for 18 months, and Windows 10 Enterprise and Education are supported for 30 months. Until last year, there were two versions released every year, so there’s a wrinkle. So EOL for 22H2 depends on which...

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