A potential rollout of Microsoft’s Windows 11 version 22H2 is expected on September 20th this year.
Earlier, the release of the first major update for Windows 11 was shrouded under mystery, even though the testing of the new update has been in the process for years with Windows Insiders.
Will the new version really be launched on the stated date?
According to a senior editor at Windows Central, Zac Bowden, Microsoft has not officially confirmed as to the certitude involving the launch date of Windows 11 version 22H2.
To him, the date vacillates or is still in the indecisive stage now. It is expected to get ready based on the past year’s rolling out of Windows 11 in October.
The Windows 11 22H2: Featured Improvements
- App folders in the Start Menu
- Taskbar to feature drag and drop features
- New touch gestures
- Accessibility of New Live Captions.
- New Voice Access tool
- Better Snap Layouts
- Task Manager with a new dark mode, improved layout featuring a new command bar and an efficiency mode to ensure apps can’t consume resources.
The feature of new Live Captions will enable users who are visually impaired, hard on hearing or simply want to caption audio automatically. Plus, users will benefit from the Voice Access tool, like controlling their PCs through voice commands.
Reportedly, Microsoft is also working on the “Moments” feature update for its Windows 11 22H2. It is set to be rolled out before the end of the year 2022. Plus, Microsoft, as reported, will launch Windows 12 somewhere around 2024.