- All products, including all Microsoft software products, expire. After that, it will not be covered by support from the company.
- In October, Microsoft will add many products to the unsupported list, including a Windows version.
- Check our Software section for more useful programs and utilities.
- For more information about the most popular operating system, visit our Windows 10 Hub.
When Microsoft ended the support for Windows 7 the moment marked the entering into a new era. At least that’s what we thought because many users remained very attached to the old OS.
But Windows 7 is still in the extended support period and the software company released security updates for Windows 7 and 8.1.
In October, Microsoft will make a new step in sending some of the old apps and even a Windows version to the unsupported list.
What is the Windows end-support list?
But if you also have Windows 10 versions 1803 (Enterprise, Education, IoT Enterprise), 1809 (Home, Pro, Pro Education, Pro for Workstation, IoT Core) or Windows Server version 1809 (Datacenter Core, Standard Core), they will expire on November 10th.
You should also start preparing to upgrade if you have Windows 10, version 1903 (Enterprise, Home, Pro, Pro Education, Pro for Workstations, IoT Enterprise) or Windows Server, version 1903 (Datacenter, Standard) because they will be retired on December 8th.
What is the software end-support list for October 13th?
Regarding Microsoft software, the list is a lot longer, and all the tools listed below will be retired on October 13th.
Dynamics GP 2010
Excel Mobile 2010
Exchange Server 2010 (all editions)
FAST Search Server 2010 (all editions)
Groove Server 2010
Office 2010 (all editions)
Search Server 2010
System Center Data Protection Manager 2010
System Center Essentials 2010
Visio 2010 (all editions)
Windows Embedded Standard 7
Office 2016 for Mac (all editions)
Excel 2016 for Mac
Outlook 2016 for Mac
PowerPoint 2016 for Mac
Word 2016 for Mac
We also have to mention that most of these products will switch to an extended support regime but to stay safe you will need to purchase Extended Security for them.
If you are using any of these OS versions or software you should start thinking of alternatives or upgrades. Also, make sure you have the latest security updates installed.
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