A Microsoft Support Document has been edited by the company to state that support for Windows 10 Home and Pro expires on October 14, 2025 (!).
This is the first time Microsoft has mentioned the Windows 10 support fee. Before that, it only mentioned it specific versions of Windows 10 reaching the end of support.
This may really mean that the "Windows Next Generation" that Microsoft will unveil next week is not Windows 10, at least in terms of brand-name marketing.
The support document reports today that Windows 10 Home and Pro have been supported since July 29, 2015 and that support will expire on October 14, 2025.
This is a very interesting time frame, if you think that it fits exactly with the ten-year support life cycle that Microsoft used for previous versions of Windows.
Anyway, it seems that the company did not keep its promise, since in 2015 it had announced that Windows 10 will be the latest version of its operating system.