Microsoft Won’t Kill Off Windows 10 Version 1511 Just Yet, Support Extended
Wednesday, 15 November 2017 () Microsoft has decided to extend support for another Windows version, this time with six months, as the company wants to give customers more time to upgrade their devices. Windows 10 November Update (version 1511), which was supposed to receive its last updates in October, will be supported for another half of year, but only for devices running the Education and the Enterprise versions of the operating system. While it’s not known how many systems are still running the November Update, seeing the Education and Enterprise SKUs getting extended support is not at all surprising, as organizations running these versions are typically slower than the rest of the market when it comes to updating to the latest Windows 10 releases. Upgrade to Windows 10 Fall Creators Update On the other hand, it’s worth knowing that Windows 10 version 1511 launched in November 2015, so these organizations had two years to prepare the upgrade, and now they’ll have to accele...
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