Microsoft will offer Windows 10 extended security update programme to individual users


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May 24, 2010
Microsoft will offer 3 years of extra Windows 10 security updates — for a price

Microsoft will continue to offer optional security updates for Windows 10 three years after its official end-of-support (EOS) date in October 2025, but these will not be free.

In a blog post on Monday, the software giant confirmed it was following a similar approach as it did with Windows 7 by offering an extended security update (ESU) programme for its older operating system.
MS up to its old tricks again, forcing people to upgrade for no tangible benefit
same like ME/Vista/8
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I collected my Win10 install disk from a chap on the roadside during R250 I spent. I see no reason to spend any amount of money to keep it going, I`ll just buy Windows 12 for R250 when it comes out though, from my guy on the roadside.