Microsoft confirms when WordPad for Windows 11 will be removed from the OS — and it’s sooner than you think | Windows

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What you need to know

  • Microsoft has issued an update on the deprecation of WordPad from Windows 11.
  • The company has confirmed that the app will be removed from Windows 11 starting with version 24H2.
  • Windows 11, version 24H2 will begin shipping later this year.

Late last year, Microsoft dropped some shocking news on all Windows users. WordPad, an app that has shipped as part of Windows for the better part of 30 years, is being deprecated. At the time, the company was vague about when exactly WordPad would be removed from the OS, but this week it has finally issued an update on the timing for when this will take place.

Microsoft has confirmed that starting with Windows 11 version 24H2, WordPad will no longer be part of Windows. The version 24H2 update is expected to begin rolling out later this year, which means we have just a handful of more months left before WordPad is no longer with us.

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