Windows 10 version 09 operating systems have a lifespan of up to 30 months (2.5 years).
These versions of Windows 10 version need to be upgraded
|Windows 10 version history||Date of availability||End of service for Home, Pro, Pro Education, and Pro for Workstations editions||End of service for Enterprise and Education editions||Version|
|Windows 10, version 1903||May 21, 2019||December 8, 2020||December 8, 2020||18362|
|Windows 10, version 1709||October 17, 2017||April 9, 2019||October 13, 2020***||16299|
|Windows 10, version 1703||April 5, 2017||October 9, 2018||October 8, 2019|
***Delay to scheduled end of support and servicing dates due to public health situation. For more details visit here.
After expiration, it is necessary to update the kernel.
To perform this operation, you need to :
- The computer must be in Active Directory.
- The GPO “sti-all-upgrade-Window10-1909-ask” must be applied to the folder (OU) containing the computer object.
- Restart the computer to make the GPO active.
The kernel update process is available in the computer:
- Start, Check for Updates
- Install now
- Restart now
After downloading, the update is available, a restart will be necessary to finalize the operation.
Check OS version
To verify that the operation was performed correctly, check the OS version in a PowerShell console:
#Get OS Version (Get-CimInstance Win32_OperatingSystem).version
Before, 1809 =10.0.17763
Before, 1709 = 10.0,16299
After, 1909 = 10.0.18363
To be done in a console in Administrator mode in PowerShell
#update GPO and ecrase the result file /f ! gpupdate /force gpresult /f /h C:\Users\Administrator\Desktop\GPOresult_sti-upgrade-windows10_1909.html #force GPO detection and reporting wuauclt /detectnow wuauclt /reportnow #Get OS Version (Get-CimInstance Win32_OperatingSystem).version #Get Windows Update Log Get-WindowsUpdateLog
In case of problem, do the above commands and send me the files GPOresult_sti-upgrade-windows10_1909.html and WindowsUpdate.log