Microsoft in the early 2020s decided to stop their support for the Windows 7 operating system. But recently there was new news related to the Windows OS.
Through Microsoft documents that contain minimum operating system requirements for OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturer), OEMs will no longer be able to use the Windows 10 operating system variant 32-bit again.
It also means that Microsoft will later stop their support for the Windows 10 32-bit operating system and advise users to switch to the 64-bit version if their processor supports it.
In addition, OEMs will no longer launch new products such as PCs and laptops equipped with the 32-bit operating system after this rule applies.
It is known that Microsoft took this step because there are currently many CPU manufacturers such as Intel and AMD that do not produce 32-bit CPUs anymore.
However, Microsoft has not been able to ascertain whether this rule will affect the current Windows 10 32-bit users or not. Let’s wait for full information later!