@Pavel Yannara Mirochnitchenko Thanks for posting in our Q&A.
For this issue, I have consulted with windows team. Windows 10 will continue to support at least one release of Windows 10 Semi-Annual Channel until October 14, 2025. So, the OS build of windows 10 will not increase unlimited.
Based on my understanding, windows 10 OS build number will not up to 22000. At least for now, OS build number 22000 is the standard that distinguishes Windows 10 from Windows 11.
Thanks for understanding.
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@Anoop C Nair MVP Enterprise Mobility ok thanks, so basically based on os ver we can understand, that Windows 11 is based on Windows 10 and Windows 8.1 was build on Windows 7, right?
All Windows versions in current use were built on top of each other so making this statement has no meaning or value. You're attempting to find meaning in something that has zero impact. As long as you know that anything greater than 10.0.22000 is Win 11, why does it matter? This is a design choice we made no different than any design choice we've made.