It has been nearly a year since the arrival of Windows 10 2004 (20H1) and yet there were still users who could not upgrade their systems to this version. And, of course, the same is true for the 20H2 update, released in October last year.
Currently, both versions exceed 80% of Windows 10 installations, mitigating to a large extent (at least until the next arrival of 21H1) the huge dispersion, which we have seen in previous months, something that we must value positively.
However, despite the fact that it has been a few months since Microsoft claimed to have released the 20H1 for all users, there are still users who have not been able to make that leap and, therefore, still remain on some 2019 system update, precisely those that will stop receiving support shortly.
You can now download Windows 10 20H1 and 20H2 updates
Microsoft has finally resolved the problems of Windows 10 20H1 with Conexant ISST audio drivers and Conexant and Synaptics sound devices, a problem identified by Microsoft practically since the launch of the update, and that has caused Windows not being able to download it.
Already at the end of last year, Microsoft managed to solve some of these problems, releasing the update on those computers affected by them, which caused blue screens and forced users to revert the update. Now, it seems that they must have found the root cause of the problem and have found the way to solve it.
Windows 10 21H1 will be, as we have known for months, a minor update, we will have to wait until October or November for Windows 10 21H2 Sun Valley, which will bring quite a few new features to Microsoft’s operating system.