Microsoft has officially discontinued support for Windows 10 21H2 with the release of the June 2023 security updates. As a result, the Home, Pro, Pro Education, and Pro for Workstations editions of Windows 10 21H2 will cease to receive any future updates.
The end of service for Windows 10 21H2 has been well-known for a considerable period, and Microsoft recently issued a reminder to users regarding its imminent arrival. Nevertheless, the mandatory upgrades enforced by Microsoft have caused discontent among certain individuals.
After utilizing the Windows release health page to provide users with a prior notification about the approaching end of service, Microsoft has now utilized the same page to officially confirm it. In a previous Microsoft post: End of Servicing 21H2
Microsoft Official Statement
Microsoft further highlights that it will initiate the installation of a feature update automatically. This step is taken to ensure that users are using supported versions of Windows that will receive ongoing updates. However, the mandatory nature of these upgrades has caused frustration among certain users.
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