Microsoft, a major player in the tech industry, has announced that it would roll out version 22H2 of Windows 11 on September 20.
On September 20, a week after the company’s regular Patch Tuesday fixes, Microsoft will release Windows 11 22H2 via Windows Update, according to sources familiar with the company’s strategy.
Windows Central recently disclosed the release date for 22H2. For months, Microsoft has been testing Windows 11 22H2, which will come with a variety of new enhancements, including programme folders in the Start menu, drag and drop on the taskbar, and new touch gestures and animations.
The company is also introducing a new Live Captions accessibility tool with 22H2, which is best suited for those who are hard of hearing, deaf, or who wish to automatically caption audio.
Similar to that, 22H2 has a new Voice Access capability that enables users to command their PCs verbally.
In Windows 11 22H2, the Task Manager is also getting a makeover with a new dark mode and a much nicer look that includes a new command bar and an efficiency mode to reduce resource consumption by apps.
Also much enhanced in 22H2 will be Snap Layouts, which will make it simpler to move an app to display all of the layouts users may use to arrange apps.
Microsoft is also developing tabs for File Explorer; these tabs won’t be available until after September 20. Another upgrade for 22H2 is anticipated for later this year, and it will contain File Explorer tabs and a new Suggested Actions feature.