Windows 11 version 21H2 is the original release of Windows 11 that was launched globally on October 4, 2021. Although this version of the OS still has about nine months of support left, Microsoft announced today that it has begun the process of updating devices. Automatically running this version on the latest feature update.
In one Update on his webpage. Revealing the status of known issues in Windows 11 version 21H2, Microsoft said it has begun the process of automatically updating consumers and unmanaged business devices running Windows 11 version 21H2 to version 22H2 – which Available in September 2022 with the name “Windows 11 2022 Update”.
The reasoning behind this automatic update is that Microsoft believes that users will be safest using the most recent version of Windows. This is interesting because version 21H2 of the OS is still supported until October 10, 2023, which is about nine months away. It looks like Microsoft is getting proactive rather than waiting for the end of servicing date.
The way automatic updates work is that feature updates are automatically downloaded and installed on your device. However, you are given some leeway when you want to restart your device to complete the update. If Microsoft detects an issue such as an incompatibility with your device during this process, it will stop security measures until the issue is resolved. This process is not only for Windows 11, Microsoft is doing it from Windows 10.
Of course, if you want to install the update now instead of waiting for Microsoft to force it on you at some inconvenient time, you can go for it. Windows update In the Settings app and check for updates. Microsoft boasts that its analysis and user feedback for Windows 11 version 22H2 says that users are more than happy with it, but you can be the judge of that too.