- Microsoft clearly hasn't forgotten about Windows 10 and is proud to announce the availability of version 21H2 to all users of the operating system.
- Windows 10 version 2004 and newer users won't have to wait long for the update to install, as this patch is simply an enablement package.
- According to the Redmond-based tech giant, version 21H2 for Windows 10 has no current known issues and will deploy without problems or delays.
There’s no denying that the Redmond-based company is currently focusing all of its efforts on perfecting its latest operating system.
However, Microsoft did not forget about Windows 10 and is also putting in the work to upgrade and constantly improve it as well.
Windows 11’s predecessor is still the favorite among users, with 80% of the Windows market, and its latest iteration is now ready to get more users.
If you didn’t realize what we’re talking about yet, know that Windows 10 version 21H2 is now ready for broad deployment, and it is available to every Windows 10 user via Windows Update.
Get ready for Windows 10 version 21H2
You are probably considering adopting version 21H2 as well, so here are a few things you should know before you engage in this process.
If you use Windows 10 2004 or newer, installing version 21H2 will not take long because, with all previous feature upgrades, Windows 10 21H2 is actually also a small enablement package.
This means that getting version 21H2 will feel like installing a regular cumulative update, so there’s really nothing entirely new about it.
The latest Windows 10 release contains no changes in hardware requirements, which means all compatible computers should get the update without issues.
Microsoft also stated that Windows 10 21H2 has no known issues so far, but that does not mean the operating system is flawless.
The Redmond tech company managed to fix some bugs previously preventing Windows 10 users from installing version 21H2.
According to the schedule, Microsoft is planning to end Windows 10 20H2 support on May 10, 2022.
Yet another reason to upgrade to Windows 10 21H2 in order to keep your system up to date and with all the necessary security patches.
Remember that Windows 10, as an operating system, will reach the end of support 3 years from now, on October 14, 2025.