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Microsoft will stop selling Windows 10 on January 31, its support will last until 2025

Microsoft wants to step on windows 11 acceleratorits latest operating system that was officially launched in October 2021 and that during these first 15 years of life has been updated to add new features and also to correct the inevitable initial errors of any OS.

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To expedite the migration to Windows 11 those from Redmond have announced that As of next January 31, they will stop selling Windows 10 licenses on their official websiteso all those who want to get one by this means should hurry up because we are facing the last days of having this possibility.

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Those, third-party digital or physical stores will continue to have Windows 10 licenses available beyond that January 31 at least until stocks run outwhile those who Have Windows 7 or Windows 8 (extended support for both systems ended a few days ago) will be able to continue to upgrade their computers to Windows 10 completely free of charge beyond this date.

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On the other hand, those players and users who already have Windows 10 and want to stay on this operating system and still resist Windows 11, do not worry in the short term since support for Windows 10 will last until October 2025 adding regular updates with security improvements and bug fixes.

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Windows 11 progresses slowly but surely

Windows 11 is gradually being accepted among players who during the first months do not decide to jump to this system due to the usual errors that we can find in its first weeks of life.

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If we look at the last survey of hardware Y software of Steam corresponding to December 2022, Windows 11 is present in the 28.42% of teams rising 18.27% compared to December 2021, that is, it has been growing in usage share by 1.5% every month, a fairly slow progress but one that Microsoft now wants to accelerate. Secondly Windows 10 remains the most popular operating system with a 65.42% share and in third place Windows 7 remains with 1.66%.

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