Windows 11 21H2? Automatic update coming to version 22H2

Those still running the original version of the operating system, Windows 11 (version 21H2), their systems will begin to automatically update to Windows 11 version 22H2 in the coming days.

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Microsoft he says:

“Today we're starting to automatically update consumer and unmanaged business devices with Windows 11 21H2 Home and Pro on Windows 11, version 22H2. Starting with Windows 10, we help users of the operating system stay up-to-date and secure with supported versions of Windows through automatic updates.”

The change will affect all devices running Windows 11 Home and Pro editions, and updates will be installed on older Windows 11 systems first.

Automatic updates to the latest version of Windows 11 will help customers "stay protected and productive," according to Microsoft.

Windows 11 administrators can choose Settings > Windows Update > Check for updates to find out if a device is ready for the update. If it is, the Windows 11 version 22H2 they can also be installed manually.

Windows 21 version 2H11 will be supported by Microsoft until October 10, 2023, while the last version of the operating system, Windows 11 22H2, will be supported until October 8, 2024. The end of support means that Microsoft will not release more security updates.

Business and Enterprise editions of Windows are of course supported for longer.

Enterprise customers and Windows 11 administrators who do not yet want their system updated to version 22H2 can block the update for now.

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