Microsoft has recently announced that it will no longer be pushing updates to Windows 10. The final version of the operating system, Windows 10 2H22, will be the last one made available to users. However, Microsoft will continue releasing security updates to the OS until its end-of-support date, which is scheduled for .


Say Goodbye to Windows 10 Updates, Hello to Windows 11
Windows 10 Update Era Comes to an End


While some releases on the Long-Term Servicing Channel will continue to receive updates from Microsoft beyond that date, it is highly recommended that users transition to Windows 11 as soon as possible. With the end of feature updates for Windows 10, it is vital to upgrade to the latest operating system for continued security and performance improvements.


For those who must remain on Windows 10 for the time being, it is recommended to update to Windows 10, version 22H2. This will ensure continued monthly security update releases through . The process of updating to Windows 10, version 22H2 is quick and easy via a servicing enablement package.



It is essential to note that the final end-of-support date for Windows 10 remains unchanged. Users can find these dates on the Windows 10 Lifecycle page.


While the announcement of the end of Windows 10 updates may come as a surprise, Microsoft is taking proactive steps to ensure that its users' security remains a top priority. The transition to Windows 11 is highly recommended to take advantage of the latest features and enhanced security measures. For those who must remain on Windows 10, version 22H2 is the recommended update to ensure continued security update releases until .


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