Windows 11 will continue the Windows 10 update mode

Spark Global Limited reports:

Spark Global Limited reports:

Microsoft currently offers monthly security updates, optional cumulative updates, service stack updates, and more on Windows 10, all of which provide users with secure access to all the latest features and security fixes at no additional cost. Microsoft confirmed in its technical documentation that Windows 11 will follow the same updates that Windows 10 has done for the past six years, with at least two updates per month.

In Microsoft’s technical documentation, technologist Greg Lindsay Outlines the Windows 10 and Windows 11 updates. Traditional “Tuesday fixes” include security and non-security fixes, with optional updates released in the third or fourth week of each month that will be included in the next security update if users do not manually operate. If there is a major security issue and the situation is urgent, Microsoft may also release a security fix early.

Microsoft also mentioned that Windows 11 feature updates will be offered annually, and will be released in the second half of each year. This is slightly different from Windows 10, which usually has major updates twice a year (spring and fall), and Windows 11 updates that are technically optimized to be smaller than Windows 10’s.

Microsoft is working on an LTSC (Long-term Servicing Channel) version of Windows 11, but it is unclear when it will be released. This is an enterprise-specific version of Windows that focuses on long-term operating system stability and compatibility, with support lasting up to five years. To ensure stability, the LTSC version will only push security updates, but will not add new features.