Microsoft plans to support Windows 11 2022 Update for 2 years

Microsoft has revealed its support schedule for the latest version of Windows 11. The company's plan is to provide support for "Windows 11 2022 Update" until October 14, 2024. Interestingly, the Redmond firm didn't specify the end of support date for the Windows 11 OS family in general.

Windows 11 Version 22h2 Windows 11 2022 Update End of support

In fact, there is nothing surprising in the announced dates. The original version of the OS has the similar support time frame of 2 years. The Remond firm will stop supporting it on October 10, 2023.

It is important to note that October 14, 2024 is the EOL date for consumer editions of Windows 11 22H2. Enterprise users will enjoy extended support for one more year until October 14, 2025.

Unlike Windows 10 that will no longer be supported after October 14, 2025, Windows 11 doesn't have such a specific date. So it currently not known for how long it will stay available on the market. There were rumors that Microsoft is already working on its successor, "Windows 12".

Finally, it is worth mentioning that Microsoft will support only the most recent version of Windows 10 until 2025. It will be the recently announced Windows 10 version 22H2. Also, in December, Microsoft will end support for  Windows 11 version 21H2.

via Microsoft

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Author: Sergey Tkachenko

Sergey Tkachenko is a software developer who started Winaero back in 2011. On this blog, Sergey is writing about everything connected to Microsoft, Windows and popular software. Follow him on Telegram, Twitter, and YouTube.

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