This is going to be a major update that will bring lots of new features and changes to your laptop and PC – and it looks like we’ll finally see it in September 2022.
Microsoft is planning to release the 22H2 update for Windows 11 in late September to celebrate Surface’s 10th anniversary. The Verge reports that sources have told them this.
The new version of Windows 11 22H2 will include an improved File Explorer with tabs, desktop stickers, and plenty of other new features, many of which users have been requesting for some time.
We’re still waiting for an official release date for Windows 11 22H2 despite knowing what it will add to our PCs. Since the name suggests it’ll be out in the second half of 2022, September seemed likely, as did October or November, when Microsoft has released Windows updates in the past.
The Verge doesn’t name its sources, so it’s impossible to verify the claims. But this is the closest we’ve gotten to an official release date, and it doesn’t seem out of the question.
Various elements of the update have been tested out by Windows Insiders, who are users who have signed up to test early versions of the OS, which has given us an idea of what we can expect. Windows Insiders have also been informed that the update is nearing completion.