Microsoft officially releases Windows 10 November 2021 Update
After a period of testing, Microsoft announced the official release of the Windows 10 system update in November 2021, which is also Windows 10 21H2.
It is worth noting that this version is no longer the final update of Windows 10. According to the latest update plan released by Microsoft, Windows 10 will be updated once a year.
This means that Microsoft will continue to release new versions next fall. Of course, according to our guess, even if it continues to release new versions, it will only be a minor update without major improvements.
The new version launched this time is only an enablement package. If the user uses Windows 10 v2004 and above, the downloaded update package is very small.
Microsoft has previously released the ISO image of Windows 10 Build 19044.1288 in advance, and users can download the iso image file and manually upgrade to the latest version.
Microsoft has also updated the media creation tools and Windows 10 Update Assistant for Windows 10 systems, through which users can perform updates.
The media creation tool can be used to create an image file and write it to a removable device such as a USB flash drive. The user can upgrade or cleanly install the 21H2 version through the USB flash drive.