Microsoft is expected to release the next version of Windows 11 only in September or October 2022, but rumors claim that the update, known as “22H2”, must have its development completed by the 24th of May, that is, next week. The information was provided by the user WalkingCat last Saturday (14th).
According to the leaker, Windows 11’s 22H2 update is ready to reach “RTM” (“release to manufacturing”) status. That means your programming will be completed and will undergo internal testing and with members of the Microsoft Insider Program.
In the past, RTM builds of the operating system meant that the version was already ready to be distributed to partner manufacturers that adopt Windows. This practice was extinguished after the release of Windows 10, but it is still used by enthusiasts as a way of indicating that the update had its backend completed.
With that, big tech programmers must deliver the first build of Windows 11 in its “22H2” version by next week, in case the leaker be correct.
What to expect from the update?
Windows 11 22H2 should fix (part of) its biggest issue that causes public rejection — the minimal possibility of customization of Start. With the update, the system is expected to allow creating folders in the menuso users can group their applications according to their needs — not the way the system prefers.
Start should also allow the adjustment of the size of the “Pinned” section. Still on the taskbar, the tool tray should allow secondary items to be disabled and contribute to a “cleaner” look.
Windows Spotlight, the feature of automatically changing wallpapers, can no longer be limited to the lock screen and will also be seen on the system desktop, bringing a more dynamic experience to the PC.
Reiterating the goal of turning your system into cross-platform software, Microsoft will add new gesture controls and animations for users of the tablet version of Windows 11. Other improvements will also be seen in Task Manager and OneDrive’s integration with File Explorer. .
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