Windows 10 21H2 in October, despite Windows 11


On several occasions, Microsoft reiterated that the arrival of Windows 11 will not lead to the abandonment of Windows 10: the current version of the operating system will be supported by the software house at least until October 2025. The platform will therefore continue to receive the traditional half-yearly updates. The next on the schedule is the one identified as 21H2.

Windows 10 21H2 (October 2021 Update)

The other package name is October 2021 Update. Today, the always careful editing of the Windows Latest site writes about it, in an attempt to clarify what will be the innovations introduced. It will not be a major update, the radical changes will from now on be reserved for W11. Nonetheless, users can expect some new features.

The first concerns Windows Hello, a system used for biometric authentication that already with the transition to 21H1 (May 2021 Update) has been enriched with support for external webcams. In a official document, Microsoft now announces that these will work even if the laptop is closed. A other document refers to support for theTPM certificate with Intel Tiger Lake family processors.

For enterprise users, the management of Features On Demand and gods Language Pack using WSUS or Configuration Manager. Improvements a Universal Print.

We know that Windows 11 will make its official debut later this year, most likely as early as autumn (clues point to October 20), with a rollout phase that will affect i Compatible PCs destined to be completed before mid 2022. To find out if your device is ready to receive the update we recommend performing a test with the third-party tool WhyNotWin11 which provides detailed information on any hardware compartment problems.


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