If I didn’t know better, I’d say Windows 10 21H2 is bashful.
Since being announced in July it’s been overshadowed by its upstart replacement, Windows 11 21H2. Finally, however, Windows 10 21H2 is out.
That doesn’t mean I recommend users install it immediately. I prefer a more measured approach and want to wait a bit to ensure my vendors are ready for it. That makes this a good time to review your hardware to ensure you don’t have machines on older platforms that are nearly out of support. So let’s review what’s still supported, how long it will be supported, and which version of Windows you should be planning to move to.