Version Support Status
Windows 8.1 Ends in 3 years
(10 Jan 2023)
Windows 10, v1809 (E) Ends in 1 year and 6 months
(11 May 2021)
Windows 10, v1903 (W) Ends in 1 year and 1 month
(08 Dec 2020)
Windows 10, v1903 (E) Ends in 1 year and 1 month
(08 Dec 2020)
Windows 10, v1803 (E) Ends in 1 year
(10 Nov 2020)
Windows Server v1903 (SAC) Ends in 10 months
(12 Aug 2020)
Windows 10, v1809 (W) Ends in 6 months and 3 weeks
(11 May 2020)
Windows 10, v1709 (E) Ends in 6 months
(14 Apr 2020)
Windows 7, SP1 Ends in 2 months and 4 weeks
(14 Jan 2020)
Windows 10, v1803 (W) Ends in 3 weeks and 5 days
(12 Nov 2019)
Windows 10, v1703 (E) Ended 1 week and 2 days ago
(08 Oct 2019)
Windows 10, v1607 (E) Ended 6 months ago
(09 Apr 2019)
Windows 10, v1709 (W) Ended 6 months ago
(09 Apr 2019)
Windows 10, v1703 (W) Ended 1 year ago
(09 Oct 2018)
Windows 10, v1607 (W) Ended 1 year and 6 months ago
(10 Apr 2018)
Windows Vista Ended 2 years and 6 months ago
(11 Apr 2017)
Windows XP Ended 5 years ago
(08 Apr 2014)
Windows 7 RTM Ended 6 years ago
(09 Apr 2013)
Note Comment
(E) Enterprise and Education editions
(W) Home, Pro, and Pro for Workstations editions
SAC Semi-Annual Channel release
LTS Long-Term Servicing Channel

Windows 10 Semi-Annual Channel (SAC) is governed by the Modern Lifecycle Policy (as of January 25, 2018).

Feature updates will be released twice a year for Windows 10 via the Semi-Annual Channel (SAC), targeting March and September annually.

Prior releases (to Windows 10) are governed by the Fixed Lifecycle Policy. This policy comprises two phases: mainstream support and extended support.

More information is available on the Windows website.

You can check the version that you are currently using by running:

winver


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