Microsoft releases Windows 10 November 2021 Update
With the release of Windows 11, Windows 10 system will no longer continue to be updated, so Windows 10 21H2 version will be the final update of this version.
Microsoft will continue to provide security support for this version after it ceases to provide feature updates, and Windows 10 will also end its life cycle after the end of 2025. Now the final update is Windows 10 November 2021 Update. The current version is Windows 10 Build 19044.1288.
As a pre-release stage, Microsoft pushes it to the release preview channel, but non-preview channel users can also get this version as long as they actively click to check for updates.
Microsoft said in a blog that the company believes that Windows 10 Build 19044.1288 is the final version, however, Microsoft has not yet determined the final version.
That is, if Microsoft finds a major problem with this version during the pre-release period, it will release a new version to fix the problem and replace this version until there are no problems.
However, the probability of major problems with this version as a minor update is extremely low, which is why Microsoft said in its blog that it believes this version is the final version.
As a minor update, this version has no new features worthy of attention, but only optimizes and improves corporate identity authentication and corporate printer-related issues.
The main improvements are the mixed job printing of common programs, enhanced management and deployment functions, such as the use of the new Windows Hello for Business.
If the user’s device does not support Windows 11 or the user does not want to upgrade to Windows 11, they can upgrade to Windows 10 21H2 now.
At the same time that this version is released, Microsoft has provided the iso image file in the internal preview center, so interested users can also directly upgrade via the iso image file manually. You can be downloaded here.