- Another version of Windows 10 has finally reached the end of support.
- We are talking about 20H2, which is also known as the October update.
- Microsoft made an official blog post to announce all users that use it.
- Of course, this decision affects all of the Home and Pro versions of it.
Do you remember when Microsoft said it’s planning to end service for the 20H2 version of Windows 10? Well, just in case you forgot, this is finally happening.
Today, May 10, 2022, the Redmond-based tech company is going to fulfill that. Thus, the above-mentioned version of the OS is now out of service.
If you were planning to switch to a newer version of the Windows 10 operating system, this is a perfect time to do so.
Windows 10 20H2 users should consider upgrading
You might not know, but 20H2 was the first version of Windows 10 to ship with Chromium-based Edge.
And if you’re wondering what the end of servicing really means, we can tell you exactly what this is about and what you can expect.
It entails that a PC running this version of Windows 10 won’t receive any security update and any customer who contacts Microsoft for support regarding it will be instructed to update to a supported version of the OS.
As a result, the following SKUs are affected:
- Windows 10 Home, version 20H2
- Windows 10 Pro, version 20H2
- Windows 10 Pro Education, version 20H2
- Windows 10 Pro for Workstations, version 20H2
Please keep in mind that Windows 10 version 20H2 for Enterprise, Education, and IoT Enterprise are still supported until May 9, 2023.
And, on the off chance you’re running an SKU of Windows 10 version 20H2 that is about to reach the end of service, make sure to head over to Windows Update to manually trigger the update.
Also important to take away from all this is that Microsoft will force-update eligible 20H2 PCs to 21H2 in order to train its machine learning model.