Any news related to Windows LTSC 2022 / Windows 11 LTSC ?

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  1. maddogster

    maddogster MDL Senior Member

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  2. maddogster

    maddogster MDL Senior Member

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    not me as like to keep going on to next but many still using win xp, win 7, and early versions of win 10 and ltsb/ltsc for business or legacy or gaming and reduced resource usage in terms of services running :) to each there own
     
  3. sgalalalalsksdoaksd

    sgalalalalsksdoaksd MDL Novice

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    ugh its second half of 2021 and still no new ltsc ?? i was about to do a format
     
  4. CrimsonCardinal

    CrimsonCardinal MDL Novice

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    I'm looking at doing a clean install sometime soon and I'm wondering it would be better for wait for LTSC 2022 or just go with Enterprise 21H2, seeing as 21H2 will be the last supported version of Windows 10 and will be supported almost as long as LTSC 2022.

    Does anyone know how support for new hardware will work for Windows 10 21H2? If I were to upgrade my hardware in the next 1-2 years would it be supported in 21H2? I know it won't in LTSC.
     
  5. freiwald

    freiwald MDL Senior Member

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    what do you mean with not supported exactly? i can run the newest intel cpu and the newest nvidia card on ltsc 2019 without any problems, just like you can on windows 7. the only problems there could be right now, is with ryzens and the scheduler, which requires a newer windows version, because otherwise it will work slower, but it would still work, even on ltsc 2019. not supported, doesn't mean it's not working like it should.

    if you want to go the safe route, just install enterprise 21H2, otherwise wait for LTSC 2022, it's your choice.
     
  6. CrimsonCardinal

    CrimsonCardinal MDL Novice

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    Silicon support: Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC will support the currently released processors and chipsets at the time of release of the LTSC. When choosing to utilize the LTSC, you must factor hardware into your decision, making sure you have a long-term supply of devices and service components for the life of your expected usage of the device. If the hardware your device is using needs to be replaced in five years, do you have a replacement supply to support the version you are running? You also want to be sure you have a hardware solution that will provide you with extended driver/firmware support to match your expected lifecycle use of the LTSC for that device.

    I'm thinking about 1-2 years down the line when new motherboards for ddr5 ram are out with new chipset drivers etc.
     
  7. freiwald

    freiwald MDL Senior Member

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    unless they require software side "fixes" like the ryzens with the scheduler and if there are drivers available for windows 10, the next windows 10 ltsc release will run just fine with newer hardware, even hardware which will get released in the next years. no support from microsoft, in case something goes wrong, doesn't mean it's not working like it should.

    like i said you can run the newest nvidia cards or intel cpus for example on the latest ltsc release, even on windows 7 they run fine, even tho it's not "supported"
     
  8. Ramiro Pistoia

    Ramiro Pistoia MDL Senior Member

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    Today it was released the Windows Server 2022 final version. Hope that Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC 2022 get released soon
     
  9. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    Server 2022 LTSC = 20348

    Enterprise 2022 LTSC will most likely be 19044.xxx based, probably when 19044 will be officially released we can expect LTSC.
     
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    Is there's a guideline that remove SSU&LCU package inside MVS/VLSC image?

    If I want an RTM Version of the "Enterprise 2022 LTSC". (Like LTSC 1809 17763.1)

    I tried with "Windows Server, Version 2004" "en_windows_server_version_2004_x64_dvd_765aeb22.iso". But fails.

    PS: From 18362 there's no MSFT's RTM ISO (except Server 2022 preview) ,If there's no UUP Edition of the Enterprise 2022 LTSC. a way of roll-back to RTM edition is required.