Since it is the first version of feature updates of the year 2019, the support fee was set at 18 months from the day of public release (May 21, 2019) for all versions.
So Home and Pro users have 18 months of support regardless of the new features update that is installed. This is not the case for Enterprise and Education, as they will continue to be supported for another 30 months for the second 2019 feature update.
Support for Windows 10 version 1903 expires on December 8, 2020. The latest security updates will be released on this day but after that date the system will not stop being updated by Microsoft.
Windows 10 1909 and Windows 10 2004 are available for upgrade right now, but Windows 10 20H2 will be released this year. So you may need to upgrade to this version.
Microsoft recommends upgrading to the latest version of Windows 10, and this is the 2004 version of Windows 10 so far.
Administrators who prefer to upgrade to Windows 10 version 1909 can use activation package to upgrade Windows 10 version 1903 to version 1909.
Microsoft does not provide the update directly, but you can download it from the following links:
- Download KB4517245 CAB for Windows 10 version 1909 32-bit (x86) - 19.7 KB
- Download KB4517245 CAB for Windows 10 build version 1909 64-bit (x64) - 20.0 KB
- Download KB4517245 CAB for Windows 10 version 1909 ARM 64 - 20.7 KB
CAB file installation: Right click and install or with its window command line. Cmd should open with administrator privileges. Then give the command:
DISM / Online / Add-Package / PackagePath: "/path / in / file / *"
The release of Windows 10 version 20H2 will be a lighter upcoming version that should not cause as many problems as Windows 10 version 2004 or Windows 10 version 1809.
Coincidentally, support for 180 versionWindows 9 10 will be released on November 10, 2020 for the Home and Pro versions. End of support extended by Microsoft due to the global Covid-19 pandemic.
Microsoft has changed its practice of distributing feature updates in recent years. Feature updates are now offered as optional updates that do not need to be installed automatically. The only exception to this rule applies to systems that are about to end support for the installed version of Windows 10.