Microsoft is preparing for release new ISO files for both Windows 11 and Windows 10, version 22H2. Both releases will receive integration of the latest cumulative updates. Plus, Windows 11 will get an option to faster receive "Moment" updates.
Update 2023/05/24: The ISO files are now available for download.
As you may remember, Windows 10 version 21H2 support is ending on June 13, 2023. Microsoft has updated the Health Dashboard website with an extra reminder regarding the upcoming change. Also, the company noted that they will soon force update 21H2 devices to the latest Windows 10 version.
Microsoft has released cumulative updates for all the supported operating systems. These updates are mainly focused on resolving bugs and eliminating vulnerabilities, and don't introduce any new features. You can download these updates from Windows Update, or manually from the Microsoft Update Catalog.
Microsoft has issued its optional preview updates that contain fixes and features that will be generally available in the next Patch Tuesday. Windows 11 22H2 is receiving KB5025305, build 22621.1635, and the original version of this OS, 21H2, is getting KB5025298, build 22000.1880. Windows 10 updates include KB5025297, Build 19045.2913, for version 22H2. Here are the key changes.
Besides the new Beta builds, the Release Preview channel of the Insider program has also received an update. Microsoft has issued Windows 11 Build 22000.1879 (KB5025298) for the initial OS release, along with Windows 11 Build 22621.1631 (KB5025305), version 22H2. Finally, Windows 10 users are also getting a fresh build, Windows 10 Build 19045.2908. Here are the changes.
Microsoft today released a new portion of cumulative updates for all supported operating systems. They include software quality fixes in order to make the OS more stable and reliable. Here are the changes.
Microsoft has recently announced that Windows 10 version 21H2 will be reaching its end-of-support date on June 13th, 2023. This means that users who are currently using this version of Windows 10 will no longer receive important updates such as security patches and bug fixes. This can leave users vulnerable to security threats and other issues that can arise from using outdated software.
Microsoft has released monthly cumulative updates for all supported operating systems. Traditionally, the updates are intended to fix bugs, and ship general improvements to the end user.
More information comes about features planned and implemented for Windows 10 that never seen the light in release versions of the OS. You may already heard about the cancelled Start menu with 3D tiles, which is one of such features. The unified user interface with Cortana and Action Center combined is another one.
There are plenty of ideas Microsoft prepared and even implemented for Windows 10. Some of them you could already seen and tried. The most famous example is the Sets function, which was supposed to add a tabbed interface to all applications, but it never made it to release. But there are also many of features have never been revealed to the public. Between 2015 and 2020, the company's engineers came up with probably hundreds of different features, but they were never fully implemented.