Iam running Windows 10 Home on my L/top. My build version is 20H2.
Is there a update for Windows 10 Home to build version 21H1. And if yes will it be an auto update ?
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Microsoft revealed last week that it has finalized Windows 10 version 21H1 and will soon begin deploying it to customers. You can install it right now if you have already joined Windows Insider Program.
Windows Insiders in the Beta and Release Preview Channels are already on ‘newer’ 21H1 bits as of earlier this week with the release of Build 19043.964
You can download Windows 10 version 21H1 in ISO from here
Reference article: Preparing the Windows 10 May 2021 Update for Release
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Windows 10 Version 21H1 is yet to be released to end users. Like previous versions, it will be automatically offered to you via Windows Update. When Version 21H1 is released, you can also download its ISO file from this page:
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Just checking if there's any progress or updates?
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I have asked this question over and over and over without advice or websites to answer my question. I am NOT asking about End of Service, I'm already there. I am asking about END OF LIFE, END OF LIFE.
If I no longer have SERVICE it would only make sense to me that my PC has come to END OF LIFE. I have already received the message that my PC is NOT equipped to handle Windows 11.
Currently, I have Windows 10 HOME which has been updated to 20H2 but will not update any further. Version/Build 19042. I have already read and been told that some older computers may not be able to handle updates and/or upgrades.
PLEASE CAN SOMEONE ANSWER MY QUESTION, IS MY PC AT END OF LIFE?
Do not give me the link to the list of out of service and end-of-life, been there done that. It is confusing. Please answer just my one question.
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