Windows 10 21H1 deployments are accelerating. Microsoft announces more availability. Several reasons explain this choice.
Windows 10 21H1 landed carefully. Appeared as an optional update for the operating systems 20H1 and 20H2. Basically the user had to interfere with the Windows Update service to trigger its download and installation.
A new step has been taken. Microsoft now announces more availability. Apparently the update is rolled out for more devices. One of the reasons is to guarantee the continuity of maintenance of some PCs. We soon uncover computers affected by the end of support for their version of Windows 10. The firm explains on the subject
“We are now entering a new phase of our deployment. Using the machine learning training we’ve leveraged so far, we’re increasing the number of devices eligible for automatic updates (closer to the end of their support date) to approximately 21:1. We will continue to enrich our machine learning solution through all phases to provide a smooth update experience.”
The next step is Windows 11
Although Windows 10 21H1 is not yet available to everyone, all eyes are already on the future. Windows 11 has been discussed a lot in recent times. It is the next major version of Microsoft’s operating system.
Tradition has it that a major Windows 10 update arrives in the fall. The bike is codenamed “Sun Valley” and is expected to introduce some significant changes and innovations. This file is so important that Redmond no longer calls for an update but a new generation of Windows. A name has also surfaced, Windows 11.
Microsoft has set up an event dedicated to this topic. It’s scheduled for June 24, while Windows 11 should find its way to the Windows Insider Program.