Windows 10 20H2 is nearing the end of official support

Windows 10 20H2 is nearing the end of official support

Microsoft recently posted a document on its official website to remind its customers that support for Windows 10 20H2 will end on May 10th. This change will apply to editions of Windows originally launched in October 2020, namely:

Windows 10 Home 20H2 Windows 10 Pro 20H2 Windows 10 Pro Education 20H2 Windows 10 Pro for Workstations 20H2 Windows 11 On a note , the Redmond company explains that “these editions will no longer receive security updates after May 10, 2022. Customers who contact Microsoft support after this date will be directed to update their device to the latest version of Windows 10 to remain supported. ". We remind you that Microsoft will try to force the update to a more recent edition of Windows on consumer and business PCs so that the devices can continue to be used in complete safety thanks to the continuous updates and improvements made.

Lo Last January, the Redmond giant made a forced deployment of Windows 10 21H2 to all devices running a near-end-of-support release as part of an early stage of Machine Learning. However, if you have Windows 10 2004 or later, you could opt to manually search for updates and take advantage of a rather painless transition to a more up-to-date edition of the operating system.

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However, we recommend that you always use the built-in Windows Update tool or visit the official Microsoft site to do this. Yesterday, for example, we explained to you how hacker groups are exploiting the interest of users in switching from Windows 10 to Windows 11 to distribute dangerous malware. For more details, we advise you to read our previous dedicated article.

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