Microsoft will no longer support 32-bit versions of Windows 10. Starting with the version Windows 10 2004, which is already available to OEMs and developers, the company now ceases to support 32-bit operating system versions for new OEM computers. The change refers to the documentation of minimum material requirements.
To be clear, this change does not affect existing computers, and Microsoft says it is still committed to providing feature support for 32-bit versions of older machines. This means that you can still buy a retail copy of Windows 10 and use it on your existing machine 32-bit.
Termination of support is addressed to new OEM computers after their processors 32-bit will no longer be supported by chip manufacturers and so these devices will slowly disappear from the market. And so OEM computer manufacturers will not be able to produce such machines.
If you have a computer 32-bit, there is no reason to worry and it probably will not be for long enough. These computers will likely be eliminated from their regular support schedules unless Microsoft changes its policy at some point.
The 2004 edition of Windows 10 is expected to be released later this month and the final version is already available to users in the Windows Insider preview ring. The first production devices are expected to be updated in the last week of the month.