Microsoft is gearing up to launch another update for the Windows 11 OS, codenamed version 22H2, as per a report by Deskmodder. The update has reportedly been shipped to those in the Windows Insider program. However, the report didn’t have the details on the new update and what improvements and features it will bring.
The Windows 11 update 22H2 is expected to be rolled out in the second half of the year, during summers or early in the fall. As per the report, the update is meant to help the tech giant test the servicing pipeline.
“The “Feature Complete” for Windows 11 22H2 was announced on Friday. This means that no more new features will be added. However, existing functions can still be improved and corrected. So nothing should stand in the way of a switch to the beta in the coming weeks. The team then has until May to carry out error corrections. Before it says, Windows 11 22H2 is (so far) finished and only gets updates.”, said the report.
Microsoft could soon finish with the Windows 11 rollout and bring it to all the eligible devices by the end of this summer. The company announced that the Windows 11 update rollout to the eligible devices is in the final phase of availability.
Microsoft has also laid down two conditions for users of Windows 11 Pro that have to be met before they could use their PC for the first time. As per the company, later this year, Windows 11 Pro users will be required to connect to the internet and sign-in with their Microsoft account during the out-of-box setup experience on Windows 11 Pro.