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Microsoft has put an official end of life date on Windows 10 support, but you've got some time to make plans.
The support sunset for Home, Pro, Pro Education, and Pro for Workstations versions of Windows 10 will occur on October 14th, 2025.
That date marks a 10 year life-cycle for Windows 10.
And Microsoft says its unveiling the next generation of windows at its virtual event next week on June 24.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk says the company would resume accepting Bitcoin for car purchases if miners adopted clean energy methods.
To mine the cryptocurrency.
Tesla initially began accepting Bitcoin in March of this year, but reversed course in May, with musk stating cryptocurrency could not come at great cost to the environment.
Musk also noted the company has retained about 90% of its Bitcoin holdings.
After accusations of price manipulation surfaced.
And finally, NASA and Space X announced a new target launch date of October 31st for Space X's crew three mission to the International Space Station.
A three-astronaut crew will head to the ISS inside a new Crew Dragon spacecraft.
I will spend six months aboard the space station.
The mission will launch from NASA's Kennedy Space Centre in Florida and is subject to change based on launch conditions.
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