Oh man this comes as a surprise to me that it had already been announced that windows 10 is the last version. Is there any official statement about it ? Than I guess there would be something like what Linux has different distrOS, may be.Windows 10 is a WaaS [Windows as a Service] or maybe SaaS [Software as a Service] and as such is ongoing with Version Upgrades [so far twice a year] and periodic Build updates. It was seen in print back with the Technical Preview [now Insider Preview] that Win10 would be the last numbered version. It was about the time of deciding there would be no Windows 9.
I am a mere 72 and I worked with small computers since the '60s. (Windows since it was invented)And I, an octogenarian, is expected to keep up with this I don't think so.
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