Microsoft is set to release Windows 11’s next big update, 22H2, on 20th September. After its release in October 2021, Windows 11 has been getting frequent updates. The features have been significantly changed just a few weeks after its release. But with the 22H2 update, Windows 11 will witness the most significant update experienced so far. Here’s everything that you need to know about Windows 11’s 22H2 update-
Date of Windows 11’s 22H2 update release
After Windows 11 was released, it was officially announced that the OS would be updated once a year, with new features added with each update. As it is about to be the second half of the year 2022, Microsoft is all set to release Windows 11’s 22H2 update on 20th September. With the update release, we will be able to experience several software updates.
How to get the early update of Windows 11’s 22H2 update
Almost every Windows user is aware that with the help of the Windows Insider Program, users can easily get their OS updated with the help of the Windows Insider Program. If you want to get the update earlier, you need to go to insider.windows.com and sign in to your Microsoft account. After that, you will have to go to Settings, followed by Windows update, and then click on Windows Insider Program.
After that, you need to click on Get Started and follow the instructions to start installing the update after it’s available. As per the reports, Microsoft upgraded the hardware requirements of Windows 11 before its release of Windows 11’s 22H2 update. So it is safe to state that all the existing hardware will be compatible with the new update.
What new features are to be added?
Although several new features have been scheduled to be added to the Windows 11 update, there has been no official notification about the same. For the current September 2022 update, there will be new touch gesture upgrades. Users might also notice updates such as upgrades in the app folders, system tray, focus assist, spotlight wallpapers, animations, new task manager features, improved OneDrive integration, and others.
There are chances of other notable upgrades like Windows Shell update, Clipchamp, Family Safety app update, Settings page update, and so on. Users can also swipe from the bottom portion of the screen to access the Start menu or the Quick Settings. You will also be able to customize the wallpapers with stickers and backgrounds.
A separate Sticker Editor app will allow you to add stickers to your desktop properly. Microsoft is also working to provide improvements with the voice commands, which lets users use the backspace, space, tab keys, and enter buttons with the voice commands.
So these were some of the probable newly added updates to Windows 11, which we are all set to notice after Windows 11’s 22H2 update. You may have to wait for the official announcement to know about all the other updates.