Windows 10 version 21H1, the latest version of the OS that started rolling out on May 18 is now available for more Windows users. The update is now available for all “seekers” already running Windows 10 versions 20H2 and 2004, but Microsoft has now started pushing it to PCs running older versions of Windows 10 that are nearing end of servicing.
"Using the machine learning training we have done so far, we are increasing the number of devices selected to update automatically to Windows 10, version 21H1 that are approaching end of servicing. We will continue to train our machine learning through all phases to deliver a smooth update experience,” the company explained yesterday on the Windows 10 Health Dashboard.
Today we are starting a new rollout phase for Windows 10, version 21H1 using our latest machine learning model to begin the multi-month process to automatically update devices running Windows 10, version 2004, that are approaching end of servicing. https://t.co/8U7oE99khb
— Windows Update (@WindowsUpdate) June 22, 2021
Windows 10 version 21H1 is a minor update that doesn't bring more than multi-camera support for Windows Hello and performance improvements for Windows Defender Application Guard, we should get some much more exciting Windows news tomorrow. Following the leak of a nearly final Windows 11 build last week, Microsoft is expected to officially unveil the next version of Windows tomorrow during a live stream that will start at 11 AM ET.