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Windows 10 End of Life

Support Stopping for older versions of Windows 10

Not only are Windows 7 users affected by the end of life, but if your a Windows 10 user you could also be affected by a Windows 10 end of life, but don’t worry its not the “END OF LIFE” for Microsoft Windows 10, so there is no need to panic.


What's This Windows 10 "END OF LIFE".

Its the end of life is in reference to older versions and update of Windows 10. As a result, it only concerns old non-updated versions of Microsoft Windows 10. 

Are you affected?


If you haven’t updated your versions of Microsoft Windows 10 for a long time, then the simple answer is “YES” you are affected.

You could be affected because, you Were one of the users that took advantage of the Windows 10 FREE upgrades, all the way back in 2018 and not completed any updates?

Or perhaps you have, But the updates gave you have a bad experience that has ceased you from doing future Windows 10 updates?

Why an Update end of life?

Unfortunately, Due to issues and Vulnerabilities in earlier versions and releases of Microsoft Windows 10. 

These problems were initially discovered by Windows Latest and later confirmed by Microsoft.

As a result, to try and rid these issues and vulnerabilities in earlier versions. Microsoft is urging Windows 10 Users that are using older versions of the operating system of to Update their versions of Windows 10 to the latest releases. 


Versions of Windows 10 affected!

If your using any of the below versions of Windows 10, we compel you to update and so does microsoft, save yourself the hassle of being vulnerable and at risk;

version 1507, version 1511, version 1607, version 1703, version 1709, or version 1803


What can you do to Resolve the Issue?

The answer is simple, update to the latest release of Windows 10.

Don’t worry. I’m going to show you how to complete the updates of Windows 10.

Please make sure that before you attempt to do any such updates. 

Backup all your essential files. 

You don’t want a failed update (IT HAPPENS), to cause you to lose any of your precious documents, photos or any valuable data that you might have on your computer. 

If you don’t know how to create a backup of your important files, don’t despair. im going to show you how.

Check your Windows 10 version?

Checking your version is the only way you know what version of Windows 10 you’re using and if your versions have reached end-of-service or life? 

Checking your Windows 10 versions is a manual process, but don’t worry it’s easy.

Go into your settings.

Click on System

Then choose About.

(Settings > System > About)

From there you will find your versions number.

Then to Find out if your versions have reached its “end of life” or “end of service”. 

Head over to the Microsoft Microsoft Windows 10 (Release Information) site and check your version.

Read: How to check my version guide, Below.

Update to the Newest Version of Windows 10.

If you would like to update to the latest version of Microsoft Windows 10.

Follow the link below and let me show you how to Update to resolve the Windows 10 end of life update issue.

Read our Windows to Update guide below.

Do you need help?

If you you need help With your PC or Laptop running Microsoft Windows 10, Why not get one of our team to give you a call.

Book a Call Back from one of our team.

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