Microsoft recently issued a reminder to users who are still using the Win10 21H2 feature update, saying that the system version will stop being supported on June 13 this year, urging users to upgrade as soon as possible.
Microsoft released the feature update on November 16, 2021, and will no longer provide security fixes and important patches for it after June 13.
Microsoft urges eligible users to upgrade to a supported version of Win10 as soon as possible on the Windows Release Health Panel and recommends upgrading to Win11 if the device meets the upgrade criteria.
The official content is as follows:
"Win10 Version 21H2 feature updates for Home, Professional, Professional Education and Workstation Pro will be discontinued on June 13, 2023. The update released on the Patch Tuesday event day, June 13, is the last available update for this version. After this date, devices running this version will no longer receive monthly security and preview updates that include protection against the latest security threats."