In one sense, Windows 10 is the “end of history.” There will be no Windows 11 — or 12, were Microsoft to decide to keep skipping odd numbers. Windows 10 is it!

One the other hand, despite its immutable name, Windows 10 changes all the time. Constant updates can’t really be escaped by Home version users, whereas admins mete out updates for Pro and Enterprise users who are attached to an update server (that is, either Windows Server Update Services or System Center Configuration Manager). Update management and troubleshooting is literally part of the cost of doing business with Windows 10.

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