Windows 10 x64 21H2 (Nov 20 review by Kiranjeet Kaur (Nov 7, 2022)
Windows 10 continues to play a key role in how we learn, live and work during these unique times, and we want to ensure a high quality and reliable experience, while also delivering you the latest innovations. In mid-April, we announced the initial availability of the Windows 10 May 2020 Update through the Windows Insider Program’s Release Preview ring, allowing us to both monitor and improve the quality of the release.
|Released:||Nov 16, 2021|
|File size:||5500.00 MB|
|Keywords:||Windows 10 x64, Windows OS x64, Windows Operating System x64, Windows10 x64, Windows x64, Operating System x64, Final 10 x64, 21H1 update|
Windows 10, version 21H2 will have a scoped set of features focused on productivity and security, prioritized to meet our customers’ needs based on feedback. New features focused on productivity, management and security include:
-Adding WPA3 H2E standards support for enhanced Wi-Fi security.
-Windows Hello for Business introduces a new deployment method called cloud trust to support simplified passwordless deployments and achieve a deploy-to-run state within a few minutes.
-GPU compute support in the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) and Azure IoT Edge for Linux on Windows (EFLOW) deployments for machine learning and other compute intensive workflows.
Windows 10 version 21H2 does not include any new features in the traditional sense. Just like 21H2 and 20H2 before it, version 21H2 for Windows 10 includes enterprise-grade enhancements and lots of fixes and under the hood improvements designed to make Windows 10 more stable to use day-to-day.
This means that version 21H2 for Windows 10 doesn't include any notable changes that you'll have to adjust to. The user experience and feature set will remain mostly the same, which is good news for people who don't like change.
Microsoft has also confirmed that the new Microsoft Store built for Windows 11 will also be coming to Windows 10 at some point, though this doesn't appear to be tied to a specific release version of Windows 10. That likely means it'll be pushed out as an update for all in-support versions of Windows 10.
this is awesome
easy to use
The best, most automated and easy to use OS in the history of computing.
It just takes a little time to get used to. I was used to win 7 but now I like win10 better.