Microsoft has announced that Windows10 will be the last version of Windows. Historically, not all programs are compatible with newer versions of Windows. For example: You cannot install or run older games or software from Windows95 on Windows10 due to compatibility issues. Not only that, but you cannot install Windows95 OS on certain new modern hardware. In the day and age where technology is advancing ever so quickly, If Windows10 is going to be the last version of Windows, will current games and software (Not from the Windows Store) made for Windows10 be compatible with Windows10 after 50 years later from now? Will I be able to play Dead Island, a game made in 2011 that currently works well on Windows10, be playable after 50 years later from now? Will I be able to run AnimeStudio which currently works well on my Windows10, still run 50 years later from now? If Windows10 is really going to be the last version of Windows, I'd assume we won't have any software compatibility issues going forward with Windows10. Something that was not possible before. But what about the Hardware compatibility moving forward? Will Windows10 run fine on today's current hardware 60 years later from now? Of course we'll have higher demanding programs by then in which there will be much more powerful hardware to handle it, but will Windows10 in it's core be fine running a 60 year old hardware when that time comes during Windows10's 60th Anniversary? My idea of an ultimate OS is one that can run anything on anything. My hope is that OS would be Windows10. So I ask you these 2 questions: Will Windows10 be future proofing software and hardware as explained above? If so I'd like to know as this is something to look forward too. Thank you!