Windows 10, originally pitched as a revolutionary break from Windows’ past in how it was serviced, may well end its career in the next few years as a Windows 7 act-alike.
Yes, Windows 7 — the spitting image of “tradition” in Redmond’s history of operating systems.
Enter Windows 11
The catalyst for the change to Windows 10 is its successor, Windows 11, slated to debut Oct. 5. Windows 11, which will have its own tweaked servicing model — one feature upgrade annually with 36 months of support due those running the Enterprise or Education SKUs — will replace the older Windows 10 as the repository of the new.