Microsoft has released an out-of-band update in the midst of a migration pace that business officials would undoubtedly prefer to be somewhat faster. The purpose of this update is to encourage people who have not yet upgraded to Windows 11 and encourage those who have not yet upgraded to do so.
By giving customers of its Windows 10 22H2 installed base the option to upgrade to Windows 11 as part of an out-of-box experience, the multinational software corporation is working to ensure that the upgrade to the most recent version of the operating system is as painless as it can possibly be for its Windows 10 22H2 installed base customers.
“An out-of-band update was released on November 30, 2022, with the intention of improving the out-of-the-box experience of Windows 10 versions 2004, 20H2, 21H1, 21H2, and 22H2 correspondingly. This update was made accessible to users in order to fulfil this aim (OOBE). It enables eligible devices to automatically upgrade to Windows 11 as part of the On-Off-Boarding experience (OOBE), which gives users more control over their operating system. This upgrade will only be available to users if a successful rollout of an OOBE update has been accomplished.”
The upgrade known as KB5020683 is only compatible with the versions of Windows 10 Home and Windows 10 Professional that were released in 2004, 20H2, 21H1, and 22H2 respectively. Microsoft has detailed in this post a number of conditions that must be completed before consumers can upgrade to Windows 11. The prerequisites are necessary before customers can upgrade to Windows 11.
Even though the operating system was released to the public on October 5 of the year before, the top brass at Microsoft HQ in Redmond have had a difficult time convincing users to switch to this software. This is despite the fact that the operating system was made available to the public on October 5 of the previous year.