Microsoft starts force-upgrading users to Windows 10 version 21H1

Windows 10 version 21H1 update

Microsoft’s Windows 10 May 2021 Update (version 21H1) has been
around for two months now and it has been designated as a
stable/safe update by the company. Starting this week, some
device will be automatically updated to Windows 10 version 21H1
and users cannot skip the update.

Microsoft has confirmed that it’s time for automatic updates
for those still using Windows 10 version 2004. Windows 10
version 2004, which was released in May 2020, is going to lose
support in December. Specifically, it gets its last update in
the second week of December 2021.

As you may be aware, devices are updated automatically only
when you’re using a version of Windows that’s nearing the end
of support, and that “force-upgrade” period starts about six
months before the end of support. As Windows version 2004
support is set to end in December, automatic upgrades have now
started for 2004 users today

Starting this week, Microsoft is starting to automatically
upgrading those on version 2004 to version 21H1 (May 2021
Update). Windows 10 version 21H1 is based on version 20H2, so
it should be a quick and easy upgrade that you probably won’t
even notice.

“We are now starting a new phase in our rollout. Using the
machine learning training we have done so far, we are
increasing the number of devices selected to update
automatically to Windows 10, version 21H1 that are approaching
end of servicing. We will continue to train our machine
learning through all phases to deliver a smooth update
experience,” the company said.

This also means, of course, that you’ll get another update
“version 21H2” within the new few months.

It’s also worth noting that
Windows 10 version 21H1 is now available to “seekers” on
version 2004 or higher, meaning that those who check for
updates manually can get it now.

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