Windows 10 21H1 is now widely released
Earlier, Microsoft announced the launch of Windows 10 21H1 Spring Update. According to Microsoft’s plan, some newer computers will be the first to receive this Windows 10 version via Windows Updates.
Microsoft collects telemetry data in this way to determine the stability of the new version and other compatibility issues, and then push the new version to more users after it stabilizes.
But the spring update is just a small update, so it did not make major adjustments to the system, so it seems that the stability of this version has now reached Microsoft’s requirements.
According to the Microsoft support document, the spring update is now available to all users. If users do not see the prompt in the system update, they can manually check for the update.
Microsoft recommends that users update directly through Windows Update. The installation package downloaded in this update method is very small, so the upgrade process takes less time.
If you have not received a push from Microsoft, you can also use tools to upgrade, including Windows 10 Upgrade Assistant and Microsoft Media Creation Tool.
Among them, if you use the Windows 10 Upgrade Assistant, it also takes less time to download the incremental update package, while the Media Creation Tool needs to download the completed installation package.