ESET End of Life


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Is my product version affected by End of Life?






What is End of Life?

In response to evolving threats, we must upgrade ESET products as well.
Earlier ESET products do not guarantee cutting-edge protection, new operating systems compatibility, etc.

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Benefits of ESET product upgrades:

We are continually improving our products to make sure that the latest versions of our security products use most advanced security technologies and are well designed to be compatible with Windows updates. Get the latest version of our security product supported by your OS to ensure its best performance and stability.Day-one compatibility with Windows updates

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Each new version of ESET products feature many bugfixes and improvements. Existing customers with a valid license for an ESET product may upgrade to the latest version of the same product for free.Latest product versions are included in your license




Curious about an End of Life date?

Determine if your ESET product version is supported and learn more about the End of Life policy.


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What will happen to my product version?

See which ESET product versions will reach End of Life this year and what will happen.


Products to be terminated

A number of ESET products are reaching the end of their lifecycle, which means that all versions of these products will be discontinued. Please refer to the following list of business products and small office/home products that will be terminated and their respective termination dates.



If you face challenges due to End of Life, ESET Extended Support can help you for a given period to overcome complicated upgrade planning, high infrastructure costs, complex network environment, business continuity, or lack of manpower.



Last updated: March 14, 2024

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