Microsoft just made Windows 10 version 22H2 available to everyone. Similar to the recently released Windows 11 22H2, it is dubbed as "Windows 10 2022 Update", and it comes with "a limited scope of new features and functionality".
As you could already expect, it is built on top of the Windows 10 version 20H2 code base. So if you are running version 20H2 or above, it will take a few mins to upgrade your device to the latest version of the OS.
Still, the official announcement doesn't include a single mention of what is "limited scope of new features and functionality". Perhaps Microsoft will detail these a bit later.
Home and Pro editions of the 2022 Update will receive 18 months of servicing, and Enterprise and Education editions will have 30 months of servicing.
To get Windows 10 version 22H2, head up over Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update and click on Check for updates. As usual, Microsoft recommends upgrading your device to the latest Windows 10 version. Also, for eligible devices that see the offer to install Windows 11, Microsoft recommends upgrading to it.
There are also ISO images for this release that were made available a few hours earlier.
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