SharePoint, Designer, Office, Windows and IE Support End Dates

As many companies consider whether to upgrade to SharePoint 2013, the question comes up as to what software the bulk of the user base are on. Microsoft ends support on their products every 5 years.  Here’s a list of the last 3 versions of products applicable to the end user base of SharePoint to help you plan your upgrades.

Product Lifecycle Start Date Mainstream Support End Date Extended Support End Date
SharePoint 2013 9 Jan 2013 10 Apr 2018 11 Apr 2023
SharePoint 2010 15 Jul 2010 13 Oct 2015 13 Oct 2020
SharePoint 2007 27 Jan 2007 9 Oct 2012 10 Oct 2017
Product Lifecycle Start Date Mainstream Support End Date Extended Support End Date
Office 2013 Pro 9 Jan 2013 10 Apr 2018 11 Apr 2023
Office 2010 Pro 15 Jul 2010 13 Oct 2015 13 Oct 2020
Office 2007 Pro 27 Jan 2017 9 Oct 2012 10 Oct 2017
Product Lifecycle Start Date Mainstream Support End Date Extended Support End Date
Windows 8 Pro 30 Oct 2012 9 Jan 2018 10 Jan 2023
Windows 7 Pro 22 Oct 2009 13 Jan 2015 14 Jan 2020
Windows XP Pro 31 Dec 2001 14 Apr 2009 8 Apr 2014
Product Lifecycle Start Date Mainstream Support End Date Extended Support End Date
Internet Explorer 10 30 Oct 2012 Not Supplied Not Supplied
Internet Explorer 9 15 Mar 2011 Not Supplied 14 Jan 2020
Internet Explorer 8 17 Jun 2009 8 Apr 2014 14 Jan 2020
Product Lifecycle Start Date Mainstream Support End Date Extended Support End Date
SharePoint Designer 2013 9 Jan 2013 10 Apr 2018 11 Apr 2023
SharePoint Designer 2010 15 Jul 2010 13 Oct 2015 13 Oct 2020
SharePoint Designer 2007 27 Jan 2007 9 Oct 2012 10 Oct 2017

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