Microsoft recently announced that Windows 10 21H2 has reached the final stages of its rollout. It is widely available. The announcement is especially important for businesses.
Although Windows 11 is the big star of the Microsoft catalog, Windows 10 is still relevant, especially in the professional world. Changing the operating system is not easy. Microsoft knows this so well that significant work around Windows 10 is still ongoing.
The firm announced on April 15 that the latest version of Windows, 21H2, is operational for large-scale deployment. The move is reassuring for companies that can have “trust” when installing this version. This timeline is not surprising as it usually takes five to six months to reach this stage.
Microsoft now recommends installing 21H2 as soon as possible. Instructions are also provided on how to start the deployment. connects huge
“Windows 10 21H2 is designed for mass deployment. As always, we recommend that you update your devices to the latest version of Windows 10 as soon as possible to ensure that you are protected against the latest security threats.” You can take advantage of the latest features and advanced protection against .
Windows 10, supported until at least 2025
Windows 11 comes with problematic hardware requirements for millions of computers. They have no choice but to remain on Windows 10. Redmond has promised to support this environment by October 2025.
Microsoft clarified when announcing Windows
“For customers who are using a PC that will not be upgraded and are not ready to upgrade to a new device, Windows 10 is the right choice. We will support Windows 10 until October 14, 2025 And recently announced that the next Windows 10 feature update will arrive later this year. Whatever decision you make, we are committed to supporting you and giving you choices in your IT journey.”
A new Windows 10 feature update is expected next fall. It is likely that it only provides minor improvements.
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