According to this article over at TechNet, Microsoft is winding down support for older versions of Windows 10. Windows 10 launched Summer 2015. Read on:

With the availability of Windows 10, version 1607 to the VLSC on January 26th, the grace period for Windows 10, version 1507 will begin. That means, after May 2017, Windows 10, version 1507 will no longer be serviced as only the two most Current Branch for Business (CBB) versions are actively serviced.

If you need help upgrading, or aren’t sure what version of Windows 10 you have, that’s OK. EAS can help.

So, what does that mean? That means, if you’re running Windows 10 without the Anniversary Update, after May 2017, your version of Windows will no longer be serviced, updated, supported, etc.

Microsoft’s Anniversary Update for Windows 10 included several upgrades and fixes for Windows 10. It also paved the way for the Windows 10 Creator’s Update, coming this spring.

If you’re running a version of Windows 10 that’s pre-Anniversary Update (v1607) it’s critical we help you get Windows updated as soon as possible so as to avoid any complications regarding support for your computer.

If you need help upgrading, or aren’t sure what version of Windows 10 you have, that’s OK. Head on over to our Contact page and reach out to us, we’ll be happy to help!

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