Windows 10 21H1 accelerates, Microsoft begins a new roll-out phase

Windows 10 21H1 accelerates, Microsoft begins a new roll-out phase
Windows 10 21H1 accelerates, Microsoft begins a new roll-out phase

Microsoft has announced that it has been launched a new phase of Windows 10 21H1 deployment, which is proposed automatically on a greater number of devices. The automatic update takes place on systems that use operating systems that are about to reach the end of support, exploiting and training the machine learning algorithms on which the roll-outs of the various Windows 10 releases are based.

Microsoft recently said it has begun training update algorithms to upgrade a small base of systems running Windows 10 2004 to Windows 10 21H1. The goal was to find out any issues during the process, and do it on a system-controlled basis to make sure the bulk upgrade went smoothly on all computers.

To date, however, for most computers Windows 10 21H1 is served only and exclusively for users who manually search for new updates on the Windows Update screen.

Windows 10 21H1, new acceleration in the roll-out from Windows 10 2004

Microsoft has notified the news on a page of the official support site:

“We are starting a new phase in the roll-out process. Using the machine learning algorithm training we have conducted to date we can increase the number of devices selected for automatic upgrade to Windows 10 21H1 among those that are about to reach the end of support. We will continue the algorithm training in all phases, in order to offer a smooth experience on all systems “.

Windows 10 2004 is nearing end of support, which according to plans should take place on December 14, 2021. By that date, most systems will have automatically received Windows 10 21H1, unless systematic errors occur on some types of systems and Microsoft slows down the procedure on based on the information collected by its artificial intelligence systems.

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