When Microsoft announced Windows 11 in June, it said a major update for Windows 10 still had to be released. It became known as the November 2021 update to Windows 10 or version 21H2. That is, see, it has just arrived for everyone.
Windows 10: The November 2021 update is here!
Unlike Windows 11, there isn’t much new to the November update for Windows 10. At least in terms of design and functionality for the average user. And that even makes sense. Windows 10 is currently more aimed at companies that for whatever reason cannot migrate to Windows 11, or at least not for the time being.
From the start, support for the WPA3 H2E standard was added for improved Wi-Fi security. Then Windows Hello for Business supports a simpler implementation. There are also improvements in support for Linux.
As you can see, there aren’t many improvements in this new version. This makes sense because by this point Microsoft has removed everything it needed to remove and the rest of the news comes in via updates to the Microsoft Store.
Things will change after this update
This update turns out to be an important milestone for Microsoft, albeit without any significant new functions. This is because updates for Windows 10 will be annually from now on. In other words, it will be exactly the same as it was on Windows 11.
Windows 10 21H2 is now available to all users. Since it is a kind of extension like the 2004, 20H2 and 21H1 versions, the update should not be blocked for anyone.
The next update will appear in the second half of 2022. I remember that it is the first time since 2016 that this operating system has only one update.
Will you install this update or migrate to Windows 11? Tell us everything in the comments.