Users who are still using Windows 10 Version 1909 will now receive warnings. The reason for this is that the manufacturer will only provide software updates for this OS version until May.
How can I upgrade to a newer version of Windows 10?
However, some PCs cannot – currently – automatically update to Windows 10 Version 2004 or to Version 20H2, as the community writes at Windowslatest. If this is the case, the update must be carried out manually using the free Windows Update Assistant software. With this tool all necessary patches are downloaded and then installed. Microsoft offers the Windows Update Assistant for free download on its website.
Microsoft itself specifies on its own website how long the function updates will be provided with new patches. As a rule, the spring update receives updates for 18 months and the second update of a calendar year is provided with the latest security and bug fix updates for 30 months. Each user can set up an update lock himself so that his Windows PC does not receive any updates for a certain period of time. In addition to the feature updates, which are published twice per calendar year, there are also so-called quality updates every month, which are intended to close security gaps and fix bugs.
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End of support collection for Windows 10 Version 1909:
- According to Microsoft, Windows 10 Version 1909 will only be supplied with updates until May 10, 2021. Users of this version of Windows 10 will therefore receive a message asking them to update their Windows.
- If the automatic update does not work, Microsoft offers the free Windows Update Assistant, which downloads a newer version of Windows 10 manually and then installs it on the PC.
Sources: Microsoft (1), Microsoft (2), Microsoft (3), Windowslatest
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