Microsoft releases Windows 10 21H1 as another minor OS refresh

Microsoft Tuesday issued Windows 10 21H1, officially the year’s first feature upgrade even though new functionality was largely absent because the company has abandoned its major-minor release cadence.

Only customers throwing caution to the wind as early adopters can immediately upgrade to 21H1, and then only if their computers meet Microsoft’s unspoken criteria. Alternately, IT administrators can deal out the refresh to workers’ devices using their preferred management tools.

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“We are initially taking a measured seeker-based approach to the rollout of the May 2021 Update,” wrote John Cable, the Microsoft executive who leads the Windows servicing group, in a May 18 post to a company blog.

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Source:: Computerworld