Ahead: The tech world can't stop talking about Windows 11 of late. Critics and fans alike spent hours talking about various changes and improvements to the future operating system, such as a "comprehensive visual overhaul" of its user interface, reboot menu, fine tuning, "Windows Widgets" and more. she has passed. However, Microsoft has good news for you that it does not intend to "upgrade" any time soon: Windows 10 is still supported.
You're probably thinking "OK, late," and we don't blame you for that interaction. With Windows 10 having about 1.3 billion users since its inception - Microsoft Numbers - and it's easily the company's most popular operating system (after the slow destruction of Windows 7), he wants to keep up with the software's maintenance, not entirely shocking. expected future.
However, this news seems big enough that Microsoft feels it needs attention in its latest Windows 10 feature update blog post. At the beginning of the post, the company said: “While we're excited about the next generation of Windows 11, We're also focused on supporting more than 1.3 billion monthly active devices in Windows 10." "...Windows continues to play an important role in people's lives as it continues to work, learn and entertain in remote and mixed environments."
While it's good to know that Microsoft doesn't intend to set that aside, a large portion of its user base (which will be somewhat reduced with the release of Windows 11) - at least for the time being - of apparent being requires that be nice. Is Windows 10 Support Still?
After all, the rest of the post updating Windows 10 21H2 feature isn't very interesting (Microsoft calls its content "scope"). However, for some points, this WPA3 H2E update includes "Standard Support" for enhanced Wi-Fi security, simple password-free deployment forms for Windows Hello for Business, and, in particular, support for GPU computing under Windows for Linux (plus Azure IoT Edge for Linux on Windows). Microsoft says that members of Windows Insiders, whose devices do not have drive test conditions, will move Windows 11 from the Beta Channel to a "Release Channel" preview, where they can test the new improvements. Continue with Windows 10.
Microsoft will support 1.3 billion Windows 10 users even though Windows 11 is imminent