• Windows 10 support could end early on some Intel systems

    4 monthes ago - By Ars Technica

    Enlarge / One of the affected Atom processors.
    When Microsoft introduced Windows 10 and its "Windows as a Service" model, the company promised Windows users a steady stream of updates to their machines. The days of being stuck on an old version of Windows would be forgotten; once you were on Windows 10, you'd have access to the latest and greatest forever. But that support came with a small footnote: you'd only receive updates for the " supported lifetime of the device " that you were using Windows 10 on.
    The old system of Windows development, with substantial paid upgrades every three...
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