Support for the latest operating system from Microsoft, which was only released in July 2015, has officially ended. However, we are only talking about the original version of the OS, on which no global updates have been installed, such as November Update (1511), Anniversary Update (1607) and Creators Update (version 1703).It is reported that all editions of the operating system have lost support: Home, Education, Pro and Enterprise. Despite the fact that the outdated version of Windows 10 is installed on a relatively small number of PCs, there are still users who refuse to install updates. Microsoft specialists regularly remind that installing updates brings not only new features that many may not need, but also security improvements and various fixes for vulnerabilities. If earlier original Windows 10 users were given time to think whether to install updates or not, now it is necessary to do it not to lose the official support of the OS. It is worth adding that Microsoft plans to release updates for Windows 10 for at least 10 years since its release. So, the basic support for the operating system will stop on October 13, 2020, and the extended support will stop on October 14, 2025.