Windows 11 will be updated like Windows 10
Every second Tuesday of the month, security updates for Windows 10 and Windows 11 will be released

According to a source, Microsoft has confirmed that the Windows 11 service model will not differ from the Windows 10 service model. This means that the new OS will update in exactly the same way as the current one.


Windows 11 will be updated similarly to Windows 10

Basic security updates will be released on the second Tuesday of each month (so called Patch Tuesday). These updates will be downloaded and installed automatically. Also for Windows 11 will be issued the so-called C and D updates, released on the third or fourth week of the month.

“Tuesday update”.

Installation of these will be optional, and critical fixes from updates C and D will be included in the next “Tuesday update”.

Finally, Windows 11 will also release unscheduled “patches” for critical holes – in case there’s no time to wait until the next “Tuesday update.”

Special version of Windows 11: LTSC

The company has also confirmed the release of a special version of Windows 11 – LTSC with five years of support. However, it is not expected before the end of 2024.