Microsoft is testing out a fairly subtle End Of Life reminder to use in the Windows Update
Considering stability and other reasons, many users are reluctant to upgrade to the Windows 10 version, and some users are still using the version that has been discontinued.
The version that has been discontinued means that users can no longer accept security updates released by Microsoft, which may cause some system abnormalities or security vulnerabilities to be fixed.
The inability to receive updates is actually a dangerous issue for users, but even so many users are reluctant to upgrade to a new supported version.
Based on this, Microsoft is issuing a reminder to those users who have ended the supported version through the system update option, reminding these users to upgrade immediately.
Microsoft is testing out a fairly subtle End Of Life banner to use in the Windows Update page in Settings. (Right below the Active Hours prompt) pic.twitter.com/hUpGiP4uLY
— Albacore (@thebookisclosed) March 12, 2020
According to a Twitter user report, a supported version of Windows 10 that has ended support recently will open a banner notification to remind users that they need to upgrade the system.
In the notification, Microsoft stated that your version of Windows 10 has ended support, and your device can continue to receive important updates by upgrading to a newer version.
Microsoft did not use the new features in banner notifications to induce users to upgrade, nor did it describe terrible security holes that threatened users with security issues if they did not upgrade.
So this reminder is relatively mild. Currently, the non-enterprise version before Windows 10 Version 1809 has ended its life cycle.