Microsoft is changing its policy: this is how Windows 11 will be updated

Windows 10 users are accustomed to two feature updates a year, although recent feature updates have been only minor additions.

With Windows 11 things change. Microsoft plans to release only one feature update per year, in addition to which monthly cumulative quality updates and security fixes will be available.

At the same time, the company will also change the support period for consumer versions of Windows. In the future, consumer users of Windows 11 will receive support for each version for a total of 24 months.

Until now, Windows 10 Home Users have had to settle for 18 months of support, after which the operating system is automatically upgraded to the latest version.

Windows 11 is scheduled for release in late 2021. Free updates for Windows 10 users are starting in early 2022.

Source: Tivi by

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