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Windows 10 Pro

Take Windows 10 productivity to the next level with Windows 11 Pro.

Why upgrade to new business computers?

Update to Windows 11 Pro today to take advantage of AI-powered capabilities and features to save time and money, safeguard your business, and innovate faster and easier.

Up to date security

Security threats are constantly evolving. Ensure you’re secure, supported, and up-to-date.

Stay competitive

New Windows 11 Pro computers are designed to provide the latest AI-enhanced features to help improve insights and efficiency.

Control costs

Older computers can take more time to maintain, expose you to costly security risks, and dampen employee productivity and satisfaction.

Work even smarter

With comprehensive security, business-class tools, and flexible management, Windows 10 Pro is designed for how your team works now—and ready for how they’ll work tomorrow.

Works how you work

Windows 10 Pro works seamlessly with Microsoft 365 to empower your employees to work almost anywhere.

Simple, flexible management

Shift to remote management without changing your existing IT. Deploy and manage Windows 10 and Windows 11 devices anywhere with the same tools.

Powerful protection anywhere

Enable your entire team to work remotely with confidence by protecting their data, their devices, and their identities with Windows 10 Pro.

Choose the preferred Windows 11 Pro edition for your business

Windows 11 Pro

To help you work more efficiently, seamlessly, and securely from almost anywhere.

Windows 11 Pro for Workstations

Designed for people with advanced workloads or data needs.

Frequently asked questions

  • As of October 14, 2025, PCs running Windows 10 Pro will still function, but Microsoft will no longer provide the following: 

    • Technical support  
    • Feature updates 
    • Free security updates or fixes  

    While your Windows PC will continue to function, it will be at greater risk for viruses and malware when Windows 10 reaches end of support. We recommend you transition to a version of Windows that is still supported. If your existing device cannot run Windows 11 Pro, a new business PC that can run Windows 11 Pro makes for an easy transition and great experience.

  • No. Your PC will continue to work, but support for Windows 10 Pro is discontinued. After October 14, 2025, your Windows 10 PC will no longer receive free security updates and Microsoft will no longer provide Windows 10 Pro technical support.
  • You should check to see if your PC meets the minimum requirements by opening Settings > Privacy and Security > Windows Update. If your PC is able to upgrade from Windows 10 to Windows 11 Pro, you should see an option in Windows Update to upgrade to Windows 11 Pro for free.

    If your PC is not able to upgrade to Windows 11 Pro or you want to replace it, you can move to Windows 11 Pro by purchasing a new business PC. You can identify a PC that is right for you here

  • There are a couple of potential ways to get Windows 11: 

    Purchase a new PC with Windows 11: Windows 11 is the most current version of Windows. If you have an older PC, we recommend that you move to Windows 11 by buying a new PC. Hardware and software have improved a lot since Windows 10 was released, and today’s computers are faster, more powerful, and more secure. See computers

    Install Windows 11 on your current PC: Check to see if your current PC meets the minimum requirements by opening Settings > Privacy and Security > Windows Update. If your PC is able to upgrade to Windows 10 to 11, you should see an option in Windows Update to upgrade to Windows 11 for free. 

  • The upgrade to Windows 11 from Windows 10 Home or Windows 10 Pro to the equivalent edition of Windows 11 is free (for example, Windows 10 Pro to Windows 11 Pro). Check to see if this is an option for you by opening Settings > Privacy and Security > Windows Update. If your PC is able to upgrade to Windows 10 to 11, you should see an option in Windows Update to upgrade to Windows 11 for free. 
  • ESU is a paid program that will entitle enrolled PCs to receive critical and important security updates after Windows 10 reached EOS. The program will provide critical and important security updates, but will not provide other types of updates or technical support. Final pricing and enrollment conditions will be made available closer to the EOS date in October 2025.
  • If you have an eligible computer, take advantage of our trade-in-program to securely and responsibly recycle your PC - and get some extra cash. This resource can help you learn the trade-in value of your used device. You can also return and recycle your device responsibly with our end-of-life management and recycling initiatives.  
  • Yes, most applications, devices, and accessories that worked with Windows 10 Pro are compatible with Windows 11 Pro. You can also check with the software, device, or accessory manufacturer to confirm compatibility. Microsoft offers App Assure, a service to help with any software or browser application compatibility issue that you may discover. Learn more at
  • The upgrade to Windows 11 is for the same edition as you have on your Windows 10 device. Learn more. Windows 11 Pro does not offer Windows 11 Pro in S mode, so you will need to switch out of S mode to upgrade.

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