Windows 11 version 22H2, the first major update for the OS started rolling out yesterday. It’s available to download in Windows Update for eligible devices, and Windows 10 users who have yet to upgrade Windows 11 will also be able to install the latest version of the OS directly.
For Windows 10 users who can’t upgrade to Windows 11, though, Microsoft confirmed yesterday that Windows 10 version 22H2 will be released in October. Microsoft dropped the information at the end of a blog post yesterday (via Windows Central).
“For customers who are using a device that is not eligible for Windows 11, Windows 10 is a great place to be. Windows 10 will be serviced through Oct. 14, 2025 and we have announced that the next feature update to Windows 10, version 22H2, is coming next month, continuing to offer you both support and choice with Windows,” wrote John Cable, Vice President, Program Management, Windows Servicing and Delivery.
Curiously, Microsoft has yet to share any details about new features and improvements coming in Windows 10 version 22H2. The update has been available to download in the Release Preview Channel since July, but new features are currently turned off.
“Windows 10, version 22H2 has a scoped set of features and Microsoft will share more details on this update later this year,” the company said at the time. Well, since October is coming very soon, let’s hope the company will finally tell Windows 10 users what they should expect in this release.
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