Windows 11 version 22H2, known as Sun Valley 2, could arrive in a few days. According to the WindowsLatest website, the first major Windows 11 update could get its RTM (release to manufacturing) version this May or June.
Windows 10 will also get the RTM version of version 22H2 in a few days, according to reliable sources from WindowsLatest. Rumors say that it will be on May 24, 2022 that the operating system will begin to be made available internally.
What is Windows RTM Compilation
The RTM build is a final edit of a specific version of Windows, but it is not the final revision. That is, Windows 11 22H2 will reach RTM status in May, but will continue to receive cumulative updates with various improvements until its public release between September and November 2022.
Windows RTM builds are shipped to OEMs such as Intel and HP to pre-install the new operating system (OS) version on their devices. Another purpose is to make the update available to those already running Windows 11.
Windows 11 version 22H2 (Sun Valley 2): What to expect?
Based on what we already know from the builds (Builds) made available to Insiders, it is known that Microsoft does not intend to change the appearance of Windows 11. However, the company’s developer team is redesigning some of its main applications and features. , including Task Manager, among others.
Apparently, Task Manager is getting a new look in Windows 11 version 22H2 that utilizes WinUI and Fluent Design. One of the changes is in the Task Manager pages, such as Processes and Performance, which are now located in a sidebar for ease of use.