Windows 11 has been announced.
End of support date is "unannounced".
- (Estimated) 2-3 years of support for each version after annual release?
- The official information is not yet available.
Please note that this is speculation.
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Therefore, the end of support date for Windows 11 is not yet announced.
It is assumed that there will be different versions (annual releases) of Windows 11.
The end-of-support date is expected to be determined for each annual release.
Windows 11 Lifecycle
Windows 10 is defined with a modern-like cycle policy.
The end of support date is defined for each biannual release.
By the way, in Windows 10.
- Two releases per year
- After each release, it is supported for 2 years
That's about it.
This is just based on current information and expectations, but Windows 11 will have
- will be released once a year
- 2-3 years of support will be provided for each release
Personally, I expect that the support period will be longer than 2 years (24 months).
For example, the common "support the latest plus the last 2 versions" would be 3 years. I expect it to be supported for 3 years (36 months).
Traditionally, the Windows OS has had a 5-year "mainstream support" and a 5-year "extended support" support period, but I don't think this will return with Windows 11.
I would like to be able to use it for a long time, but I think I will have to consider implementing updates for each annual release.