Microsoft will soon automatically upgrade version 21H2 to 22H2, note Windows 11 users!

Microsoft will soon automatically upgrade version 21H2 to 22H2, note Windows 11 users!

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Windows 11 version 21H2 is one of the important native releases of Windows 11, which starts rolling out globally on October 4, 2021. Although this version of the operating system is still relatively new and still around. nine months of support, but today Microsoft has unexpectedly announced that it has begun the process of updating devices running Windows 11 21H2 to version 22H2.

The reason given by the Redmond company is to give users the opportunity to update and experience the latest features, which have been invested a lot by Microsoft in the past time.

In a post summarizing the status of known issues in Windows 11 version 21H2, Microsoft said the company is starting the process of automatically updating consumer and enterprise devices running Windows 11 versions. version 21H2 to version 22H2 – which has been available since September 2022 with the official name “Windows 11 2022 Update”.

Besides the new features, Microsoft believes that users will get the safest experience when using a newer version of Windows. It’s also important to reiterate that version 21H2 is still supported until October 10, 2023, which is about nine months away. It seems that Microsoft is actively directing users to a more optimal experience instead of waiting until the service end date.

The implementation of automatic updates is also not complicated. They are essentially feature updates, which are automatically downloaded and installed on the user’s device. However, the user side also has the freedom to decide when to restart their device to complete the update. If an issue such as incompatibility with a user’s device is detected during the process, Microsoft will immediately suspend automatic update rollout until the issue is resolved. This approach is not new, but in fact has been done relatively successfully by Microsoft since Windows 10.

Of course, if you want to install updates now instead of waiting for Microsoft to bring you in at an inconvenient time, you can go to Settings > Windows Update to check for available updates.

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