Users who have not upgraded to the latest version of Windows 10 (22H2)Looks like it will have to do this upgrade soon. As Neowin reported, Microsoft issued a reminder on June 13, stating that it will end support for Windows 10 21H2.
June 2023 security update, It will be the last update for those left in 21H2. After that, there will be no feature updates or security fixes. People who want more updates have to upgrade to Windows 10 22H2. Microsoft, “As always, we recommend updating your devices to the latest version of Windows 10 or upgrading eligible devices to Windows 11.” says.
It’s not surprising that Microsoft is taking the opportunity to remind you of the option to upgrade to Windows 11 at this point. Of course, if your computer doesn’t meet the system requirements of Windows 11, it wouldn’t make much sense to upgrade to the latest operating system. In addition, it is a fact that there are people who do not like some of the decisions Microsoft made in Windows 11, especially in terms of interface.
But regardless of your preference, this update has gone down in history as the last one for Windows 10 users. No newer version will be available after 22H2, as Microsoft recently announced that this update is the last feature update for the legacy operating system. From now on, only monthly security updates will be available for Windows 10 until support of the operating system ends in October 2025.