Microsoft today announced Windows general availability November 10, 2021, also known as version 21H2, which includes new security, management, and virtualization features.
Microsoft reiterated that Windows 10 will continue to be supported through October 2025, and said the Windows 10 release cadence along with Windows 11 will return to only one feature update per year from now on.
So is the company posted an online comparison of features between the latest version of Windows 10 21H2 and Windows 11.
The trigger for the switch to Windows 10 is the successor Windows 11, the debuted on October 5th. Windows 11, which will have its own streamlined maintenance model – a feature upgrade annually with 36 months of support for those running the Enterprise or Education SKUs – will replace the older Windows 10 as the repository of the new one.
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Starting with security, Windows 10 21H2 sees changes to the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) VPN APIs, …