Long-Term Servicing Channel or commonly known as LTSC for the Windows 11 version seems to have been introduced by Microsoft for quite a long time, the version for Windows 11 itself is in the works and is expected to be released in 2024. This has previously been widely circulated regarding rumors that leaked in August 2023 yesterday.
According to the LTSC ISO file presented by Microsoft Download since August 2023, yesterday provided a little leak regarding the development of LTSC for the Windows 11 version. In the same year, Microsoft also announced that they will release Windows 11 LTSC in the coming year (2024).
Through their official page in 2023 yesterday Microsoft had written on the Blog, that they will provide a Client Roadmap for Windows, which will be one of their major releases for Windows 11 support in the future.
"We realize that a clear Windows client roadmap update helps consumers and organizations with planning their Windows release activities." Microsoft wrote.
Today we also get a little leak from the appearance of the latest Windows 11 LTSC, which will be released in 2024. Of course, the company provides several improvements to the features they present in the LTSC version of Windows 11, some of which are as follows:
The new Outlook, based on the web version of Outlook.com, is pre-installed and replaces Mail & Calendar
Microsoft is working on an IoT Enterprise Subscription version of Windows 11 for business customers. We are unsure how it differs from the non-subscription version but do not assume the company is making Windows a subscription-based OS.
When will it be released?
"Microsoft plans to end support for Windows 10 Home, Pro, Enterprise, and Education on October 14, 2025. However, Long Term Servicing Channel (LTSC) versions of Windows 10 will be supported by Microsoft until January 1, 2027. Windows 11 LTSC, which will debut later this year, will be supported for at least 10 years, depending on the servicing model you choose."