Some members receive an expiration prompt for the Windows version: Microsoft is fixing.

If you, as an Insider member, have recently received a tip that the version of the operating system will expire on July 31st, that is not an exception. It is reported that the problematic version can be traced back to July 1 pushbuild 20161, two weeks later Build 20170 has delayed the expiration of the version to January 31, 2021.

Some members receive an expiration prompt for the Windows version: Microsoft is fixing.

Some members receive an expiration prompt for the Windows version: Microsoft is fixing.

The problem is that AMD processor users can’t upgrade to Build 20170 because of bugs, andmedia say Microsoft is working on the issue, with a new preview available as soon as early tomorrow morning Beijing time.

This is also the case for some users who switched from the Dev channel to the Beta channel prior to Build 20170 release, and if you want to immediately remove the version expiration prompt, either go back to the Dev channel or install Windows 10 purely.

In addition, version expiration is not a system that cannot be used, but will be repeatedly notified by Microsoft.

It is understood that Microsoft’s version of the expiration date of the adjustment, about every 6 months.