Microsoft will release Windows 10 feature update in the second half of 2022
Unexpectedly! Windows 10 21H2 is not the final version. According to Microsoft’s official blog, Windows 10 will have a version update next fall.
Beginning in November 2021, Microsoft will revise the semi-annual channel from the original channel name to a General Availability Channel. Since then, the semi-annual channel and the semi-annual channel have directionally withdrawn from the stage.
The new version change plan is that Microsoft will release version updates for the operating system in the second half of each year, and Windows 10 and Windows 11 will maintain the same pace of change.
Microsoft did not specify the specific release time of the new version each year, but according to previous years, the version update should be released around October to November each year.
We are now renaming the servicing option for releases to the General Availability Channel starting with the November 2021 Update (Note: this replaces the previous “Semi-Annual Channel” term for the servicing option). The next Windows 10 feature update is slated for the second half of 2022. We will continue to support at least one version of Windows 10 through Oct. 14, 2025. As a second half (H2) of the calendar year release, Home and Pro editions of the November 2021 Update will receive 18 months of servicing and support, and Enterprise and Education editions will receive 30 months of servicing and support beginning today.