Microsoft today released new monthly cumulative updates for all supported operating systems. Traditionally, such updates do not include any new features. Instead, their goal is to fix bugs and eliminate vulnerabilities. Updates are already available from Windows Update.
Today is May 10, the day when Windows 10 version 20H2 reaches end of support. All its SKUs, i.e. Home, Pro, Pro Education, and Pro for Workstations will no longer receive updates.
Starting today, every user can download the latest and the last version of Windows 10 via Windows Update. Microsoft finds Windows 10 21H2 ready for broad deployment.
Microsoft reminds its consumers and customers that two versions of Windows 10, 20H2 and 1909, will hit end of service on May 10, 2022. Version 1909 is already officially supported in the enterprise area only. It has already expired for the Home and Pro editions and has near 2% of the market share among consumers.
Microsoft is releasing KB5011543 to Insiders in the Release Preview whose PCs aren't eligible to upgrade to Windows 11 and stay on Windows 10. The patch installs Windows 10 21H2 Build 19044.1618, and features Search Highlights backported from Windows 11.
Microsoft today releases March 2022 security updates for all supported versions of Windows 11 and Windows 10. There are a couple of patches that fix several security issues in the OS.
Microsoft has released February "C" updates with new OS, Edge, and Office features, and much more. Both Windows 11 and Windows 10 have got a ton of changes.
Traditionally, Microsoft provides active support for the three most recent Windows versions. As of now, Microsoft supports Windows 11, Windows 10 21H2, 21H1, and 20H2. The latter is now on its way out, and Microsoft reminds its users that they are about to receive a forced upgrade to a more recent version.
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.