Reportedly, 21H2 is the original version of Windows 11. Microsoft has rolled out an important reminder to Windows 11 users to update their software as it is about to expire. In this thorough new update, there is a discussion of the important elements and reasons why it’s crucial to stay informed.
In order to make sure that users of the Home, Pro, and Pro variants of Windows 11 21H2 are informed about the forthcoming modification, the company took action. On October 10, 2023, the support will end. After this date, users will no longer receive updates. They will only be able to receive the final security update that will be rolled out on the same date. For this particular Windows 11 edition, this update will signal the end of an era.
In order to further clarify the situation, the company asserts that the September 2023 non-security preview update is going to be the last optional release, whereas the Security release scheduled for October 10, 2023, will be the last and final security update for version 21H2 of Windows 11. However, version 22H2 will continue receiving security updates as well as optional update releases.
It means that users must update to version 22H2 before the company forces them to upgrade in the future. Since the company will take measures to notify users about the update either upon approaching the end date or after the end date.
Significance of the update for Windows 11 Users
Well, we can’t neglect the significance of this transformation since it is crucial to keep your system updated with the latest security releases. In another case, your system will be more susceptible to cyberattacks, as hackers can easily target systems with known vulnerabilities.
There is a possibility that Windows 11 (23H2) will arrive soon. For this reason, it is essential to upgrade your system to 22H2. Currently, there is no information about the release date. However, some sources claim that it might arrive in Q4 2023.
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