Microsoft to cut support to the first version of Windows 10 on May 9
Nope, Microsoft will not bring down Windows 10 but if you’re still running its debut version launched back in 2015, you better let your PC have some update.
The original version we’re talking about is the Windows 10 version 1507. According to Computerworld, the end-of-support date for it is on May 9 as per the month’s upcoming patch.
As tackled before, Windows 10 is now part of Microsoft’s software-as-a-service model. Several Windows 10 versions will eventually stop receiving support as it gets old by a few years.
Users running version 1507 must update to version 1511, 1607 or 1703 by May 10 in order to receive future security patches, fixes, and enhancements. There will be exemptions though for those from the Long-term Servicing Branch (LTSB) using Windows 10 Enterprise.