Windows 10 Kill Code

Windows 10 Kill Code

Windows 10 Kill Code:

Since Windows 10 release we’ve gone through a few different Windows 10 Builds  and that doesn’t include the tons of preview builds from Windows Insider. Yet dating back a number of years Windows 10 has an instruction code and with one simple run of this command, your PC will literally cease to function. If you’ve already run this command, in theory once its run, Windows will remove the file that causes the issue and patch itself so it can’t be run again.

Windows 10 current versions by servicing option

(All dates are listed in ISO 8601 format: YYYY-MM-DD)

Servicing channels

Servicing channels
Version Servicing option Availability date Latest revision date Latest build End of servicing: Home, Pro, Pro Education and Pro for Workstations End of servicing: Enterprise, Education and IoT Enterprise
21H2 General Availability Channel 2021-11-16 2022-01-17 19044.1469 2023-06-13 2024-06-11
21H1 Semi-Annual Channel 2021-05-18 2022-01-17 19043.1469 2022-12-13 2022-12-13
20H2 Semi-Annual Channel 2020-10-20 2022-01-17 19042.1469 2022-05-10 2023-05-09
1909 Semi-Annual Channel 2019-11-12 2022-01-17 18363.2039 End of servicing 2022-05-10

Enterprise and IoT Enterprise LTSB/LTSC editions

Enterprise and IoT Enterprise LTSB/LTSC editions
Version Servicing option Availability date Latest revision date Latest build Mainstream support end date Extended support end date
21H2 Long-Term Servicing Channel (LTSC) 2021-11-16 2022-01-17 19044.1469 2027-01-12 2032-01-13 (IoT Enterprise only)1
1809 Long-Term Servicing Channel (LTSC) 2018-11-13 2022-01-18 17763.2458 2024-01-09 2029-01-09
1607 Long-Term Servicing Branch (LTSB) 2016-08-02 2022-01-17 14393.4889 End of servicing 2026-10-13
1507 (RTM) Long-Term Servicing Branch (LTSB) 2015-07-29 2022-01-17 10240.19179 End of servicing 2025-10-14

When you run this command the user will receive an error message. It states that the file or directory is corrupted or unreadable, it simply hits the core of the formatted disk and corrupts everything in its site and then forces the user to restart the computer. During the restart phase the option to repair will come up but by this time it is simply to late and everything has been lost.

Simply do not run this command.

Windows 10 Kill Code is a dangerous fete in itself if someone was to simply send you a shortcut and tell you that this command does something fantastic only to end up ruining your life’s work.

To run the command all you need to do is open Dos and enter the following, but be warned, do not try this, otherwise you will LOSE EVERYTHING

 

 

 

 

 

 






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