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  • Emma Lake Boydston

Windows 10 Extended Support

If the news about the upcoming end of support for Windows 10 next year fills you with dread, fear not (at least for a little longer). While updates and security patches for Windows 10 will officially end in October 2025, there is one way to stretch that deadline a little longer. Extended Security Updates (ESU) can be used to keep your Windows 10 PC secure, but do not include technical support or new features. This service is a way to help businesses and individuals extend their transition plan for up to three years of extended security. The ESU generally costs about $60/year for one PC with different activation options. (This pricing is for businesses; pricing for individuals has not been released yet.) But even with this extension option, we still recommend seeing if your PC is compatible with Windows 11, and if not, start shopping for a new one. Feel free to reach out if you need help with checking compatibility or new PC recommendations. 

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