Microsoft has been testing the Windows 11 version 22H2 for some time now. That said, information from The Verge gives a peek into when to expect the update i.e., September 20.
It will bring many updates and enhancements, including new Voice Access and live Captions accessibility features, Tabs in File Explorer, and App Folders, among others.
Windows 11 22H2 Release Date
Microsoft hasn’t confirmed any dates for release yet; however, according to The Verge, which referenced people who know, the Windows 11 22H2 is expected to roll out on September 20, a week after its Windows 11 regular Patch Tuesday fix arrives.
The same information was revealed by Windows Central as well, giving it a bit of gravitas, although for now, take it with a pinch of salt until Microsoft officially declares the launch.
Windows 11 22H2 Features & More
According to many past reports and more, we have seen a few features and updates that the upcoming Windows 11 22H2 will bring on board. It includes Tabs in File Explorer, which wasn’t a thing till now.
There’s an updated Live Caption and Voice Access feature onboard. There’s a Drag and Drop option for the Taskbar. You will get an enhanced Task Manager app as well.
According to the report, Windows 11 22H2 will bring onboard improved Snap Layouts, allowing better layouts control. Apart from the taskbar, the upcoming Windows 11 22H2 will bring an updated sidebar navigation UI giving shortcuts to most & recently used apps and options.
Clipchamp and Family Safety are two new apps that will also be embedded on Windows 11 22H2. Here, the former is a web-based video editor while the latter, as said, is a family security feature allowing users to track the locations of their children and calendars of upcoming events and activities, to name a few.
Of course, these aren’t the only features available onboard the upcoming Windows 11 22H2. Check out this space for more updates on the speculated September 20 launch.