Windows 12 will be released in 2024, using a different update schedule than Windows 10
Published on July 18, 2022
Future operating system updates might be delivered in a different manner by Microsoft. Supposedly, Windows 12, the next major version, could launch as early as 2024, according to a recent report. There is a possibility that Microsoft will switch back to a three-year release cycle for Windows.
The tech giant has moved away from releasing huge features every three years in a new Windows release since Windows 10. Rather than updating once a year, Windows 10 was updated twice a year. It was also thought that Windows 10 would be the last version of the operating system until Windows 11 was announced.
Despite this, Microsoft won’t abandon Windows 11 when the new version of Windows is released in 2024. As opposed to shipping major updates at the beginning of the year, the company will now release updates throughout the year. According to reports, Microsoft will now prioritize rolling out new features throughout 2023 rather than a big 23H2 update in 2023. Despite its recent completion, 22H2 is still expected to arrive in September or October.
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