Microsoft published an update to the official Windows 10 documentation, notifying users about upcoming upgrades from older Windows versions. The software giant plans to push the latest Windows 10 release (version 21H2) to users with Windows 10 20H2, which approaches the end of life.
If you have a computer with Windows 10 May 2020 Update or 2004, it is time to update the operating system and move to a newer release. As of today, Windows 10 2004 is officially dead.
Microsoft has released December cumulative updates for all supported operating systems. Traditionally, you won't get new features, but they include bug fixes and patched vulnerabilities. The packages are already available in Windows Update.
In December 2020, Microsoft announced x64 apps emulation support for Windows 10 on ARM devices running preview builds from the Windows Insider program. Previously, Windows 10 on ARM supported only x86 emulation, a big downer for many users looking to get an ARM-based computer with Windows 10. x64 apps support brought not only improved compatibility but significant performance uplifts as well.
Microsoft is releasing Build 19044.1379 (21H2) / Build 19044.1379 (21H1) (KB5007253) to the Release Preview Channel for those Insiders who are on Windows 10. It comes with an impressive list of fixes.
Microsoft has started rolling out Windows 10 version 21H2, November 2021 Update, and has also announced how upcoming major OS updates will be released. The company is going to push them once a year in line with the Windows 11 release schedule. So the next feature update for Windows 10 will be released in late 2022.
Microsoft today announced the public roll-out of a new feature update for Windows 10. It is version 21H2, also known as November 2021 Update. As with previous updates, 21H2 is more of a minor cumulative update for Windows 10 version 2004 with a few changes.
Microsoft has finally made the new Microsoft Store app available to all Windows 10 users. Rudy Huyn, the app's main developer, has announced the rollout on his Twitter. Traditionally, Microsoft gradually redistributes the update, so it may take a few days before reaching your Windows 10 device.
Windows 11 is now available to eligible devices, but Microsoft is not giving up on Windows 10 yet. While it is true that the most exciting new features may be Windows 11-exclusive, the Software giant will continue supporting Windows 10 with bug fixes and noticeable improvements at least until October 2025. One of such improvements is an updated Windows Search, which now has a dark theme.
Microsoft has updated the official documentation for Windows 10 21H1, notifying users about the status change for the most recent version of Windows 10. According to Microsoft, Windows 10 21H1 (May 2021 Update) is now available to everyone (broad deployment).