Windows 10 21H1, in a month Microsoft will give it up

Microsoft has issued a warning to some Windows 10 users. The 21H1 edition is almost out. In a month, the operating system will no longer be supported.

Along with the release of new cumulative updates, Microsoft warns that the next Patch Tuesday will be the last maintenance of Windows 10 21H1. Once this deadline is reached, the operating system will no longer be supported. Obviously, it will no longer be the target of updates to address bugs and fix bugs.

All “21H1” editions are affected. They are nearing the end of their support. If you are concerned, it is necessary to migrate to a newer version of Windows 10 to benefit from maintenance. Currently it is 22H2 whose implementation is in progress. No need to remember that this little migration is free.

On December 13, 2022, Windows 10 21H1 will be discontinued

As we pointed out, all editions of Windows 10 21H1 will reach the end of their life on December 13, 2022. After this date, no more monthly security and quality updates will be offered. These updates are “important” in the sense that they provide protection against the latest discovered security threats.

Note that if your PC is eligible, a migration to Windows 11 is also possible. Again, the operation is free if you have a legitimate license. This choice is probably the best option because this version is the big star in Microsoft’s catalog. This environment has just received its first feature update. On the other hand, Windows 10 is still relevant, but its development is now slowed down, while its abandonment date is already known (2025).

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