Microsoft has officially confirmed that Windows 11 is the next big release, which led many to believe the company would abandon them Windows 10 to focus on its new operating system. This does not seem to be the case.
However, Microsoft says it will continue to support Windows 10 and new features will continue to appear as part of feature updates.
Today, more than 1,3 billion active devices use the devices every month Windows 10. As we move on Windows 11, we will continue to support you if you use them Windows 10. In fact, we will release them Windows 10, in version 21H2 in the second half of 2021 with new updates to the current capabilities that will allow hybrid work such as Universal Print and improve management and development capabilities such as Windows Autopilot \ ”, he says The company.
Of course, the Windows 11 will be the operating system recommended by Microsoft.
\ ”We're committed to making Windows 11 work for you, on your terms. That includes the flexibility to upgrade eligible PCs to Windows 11 as soon as the end of this year, and to have both Windows 10 and Windows 11 devices managed together in Microsoft Endpoint Manager; or you can update to Windows 10, version 21H2 to stay on an updated, secure, and supported version of Windows 10 as you plan your Windows 11 journey. \ ”