You can see previous news in the old version of the news blog. Watch
Starting January 31, Microsoft will stop selling Windows 10 on its website.
At the end of this month, Microsoft will stop selling Windows 10 licenses directly on its site, after which it will be available only from third-party sellers. Support and release of security updates for the OS will end on October 14, 2025.
Microsoft posted a notice on the Windows 10 Home, Pro and Workstation pages that the company will stop direct sales of digital copies of the system on January 31, 2023. “January 31, 2023 will be the last day this Windows 10 download will be available for sale. Windows 10 will continue to be supported with security updates to help keep your PC safe from viruses, spyware, and other malware through October 14, 2025,” the Windows 10 Home and Pro pages read.
In other words, Microsoft doesn't just recommend purchasing Windows 11 instead of the previous version of the system - customers simply won't have a choice. The only option for those who want to buy Windows 10 will remain third-party license sellers. The Media Creation Tool for downloading and creating Windows 10 installation images is still available on the Microsoft website - the company has not made any statements about it. On January 10, the developer released the latest Windows 8.1 security update package, and now the system is no longer supported.