22H1 for Win 10?

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    cereberus said:
    WTF are you crapping on about. EOL means you get security updates, but virtually no feature updates from now on.

    Feature updates are very limited and mostly to get more advertising revenue.

    BTW; I have been using Windows since before you were born, so do not crap me about your experience LOL.
    Exactly, thanks for making my point. Windows 10 is NOT EOL until 2025, like I said before. And like you just agreed with in regard to the details that are relevant. Thanks for that by the way. LOL

    Beginning with Windows 10, version 21H2 (the Windows 10 November 2021 Update), feature updates will be released annually in the second half of the year via the General Availability Channel. Go here to learn more. Microsoft will continue to support Windows 10 releases until October 14, 2025.
    https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/li...0-home-and-pro

    So....like I said. Just correcting misinformation for the benefit of all who come along after. That is all. No harm, no foul. Just trying to keep it accurate. Peace.
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       #12

    Darkbreeze said:
    Exactly, thanks for making my point. Windows 10 is NOT EOL until 2025, like I said before. And like you just agreed with in regard to the details that are relevant. Thanks for that by the way. LOL



    https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/li...0-home-and-pro

    So....like I said. Just correcting misinformation for the benefit of all who come along after. That is all. No harm, no foul. Just trying to keep it accurate. Peace.
    My post was hardly misinformation - Windows 10 will not see any significant developments only garbage which give more adverts.

    This is only your second post - you should learn that posts like yours attacking users are considered offensive (saying I spread misinformation) in this forum - see rules of posting. This is not Reddit!

    All you needed to do was nicely say that W10 actually does get some minor feature builds.

    Bye bye.
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