Microsoft reminded customers that multiple editions Windows 10 21H1 reached end-of-service (EOS), on Tuesday of this month.
After from September, Tuesday’s announcement is that the Windows version (also called May 2021 Update), will retire on December 13, 2022.
Customers are encouraged to update to Windows 10 21H1 as soon as they can to prevent exposure to security flaws and attacks.
Microsoft stated that Windows Update will initiate an automatic feature update for Windows 10 consumer and business devices. This is to keep you productive and protected.
This ensures that your device is supported, and you receive monthly updates which are vital to ecosystem and security. You will have the option to select a time that is convenient for you to complete and restart your update.
This Tuesday’s complete Windows 10 21H1 Editions list includes:
- Windows 10 Enterprise version 21H1
- Windows 10 Enterprise Multi-session Version 21H1
- Windows 10 Education version 21H1
- Windows 10 IoT Enterprise version 21H1
- Windows 10 Home version 21H1
- Windows 10 Pro version 21H1
- Windows 10 Pro Education, version 21H1
- Windows 10 Pro Workstations Version 21H1
Windows 10 22H2 for broad deployment
Microsoft on October 18 announced the , also known as the Windows 10 2022 update. One month after the initial rollout, the feature update went into its final phase and is starting November 18.
You can update eligible devices using Windows Update. To do this, go to Settings > Updates & Security > Windows Update. Click the button “Check for Updates” and follow the instructions. Once the update has been downloaded to your device, the “Download and Install” option will appear on your computer.
The allows you to install Windows 10 21H2 and create ISOs.
Customers with Windows 10 22H2 are eligible if their devices run Windows 10 20H2 and later, provided they have not been modified to delay feature updates or suffered from compatibility issues.
A few eligible Windows devices might also qualify for the Windows 11 2022 update, which is in wide deployment .
After entering the new phase of deployment, Windows 11 22H2 was eligible users since October 4.
The can help you determine if your Windows 10 devices are eligible to receive a Windows 11 update. You also have the option of checking .
Microsoft provides the as well as a , to assist with errors when upgrading to Windows 10.