Who does not know that? It’s March, the operating system is crazy, a new installation would actually be necessary. But it’s usually not worth it, as the next big feature update is due in May anyway. It looks the same in autumn:
The content updates for Windows 10 are scheduled twice a year. And even those who do not want to re-install are often annoyed by the many, although relatively regular innovations. Because they are sometimes not that harmless – at least not for important data. With almost every new Windows 10 version, many users lost pictures and other sensitive information, or there were general problems, for example with installation attempts.
Windows 11: Only one major content update per year
With Windows 11, Microsoft is changing its policy regarding major feature updates. Much to the joy of those plagued by suffering. Like from one official Windows FAQ According to the Redmond-based company, Windows 11 is only provided with a content update once a year. That’ll be loud Golem.de always happen in the second half of the year. Find out what else will change with Windows 11 in our overview article:
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Windows 11: versions are supported longer
In addition, the individual Windows 11 versions are supported longer. Enterprise and education variants receive security updates for 36 months. Windows 11 Home, Pro and Co. at least 24 months.
It’s different with Windows 10: Support with security updates for both corporate and private versions lasts a maximum of 18 months. The only exceptions are professional variants, which will be rolled out in the second half of the year. The maximum here is 30 months.
For companies in particular, the longer support could tip the scales when switching from Windows 10 to Windows 11. But also one or the other private user should be happy about the additional six months.
By the way: Windows 10 and Windows 11 also work without security updates. Whether it is advisable to forego it, however, is another matter.
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