This week, Microsoft officially kicked off the first annual Windows 11 update push (22H2), which will change to Build 22621.xxx.
Customers who do not want to upgrade Windows 11 or are unable to do so because their hardware does not support itMicrosoft also confirmed that the update to Windows 10 will be available next month.
This update is Win10 22H2. In fact, as early as July this year, Microsoft pushed the quasi-official version of Win10 22H2 for Release Preview, the version number is Build 19045.1865.
Microsoft has also pledged to support Windows 10 through October 2025. At least 2 or 3 major releases per year.
Unlike Windows 11, Windows 10 has a familiar start menu, taskbar, right button, etc., and after a long period of optimization, whether stability, compatibility, or fluency, I'm afraid, for some people, I'm afraid.
According to Microsoft, the total number of Windows 10 and 11 users has exceeded 1.4 billion.