Microsoft recently confirmed that they are releasing Windows 10 22H2 for those who can't or don't want to go with the most recent Windows 11 version. After the release of Windows 11 22H2, the company is now preparing the appropriate update for Windows 10 users.
The official release is slated for sometime in October. But links for ISO images already go live. However, the actual files are yet to be deployed. Microsoft has only "reserved" the URLs before publishing the ISOs, so you cannot download them right now. You will find the links on sites like TechBench and rg-adguard.
You may remember the same had happened prior to Windows 11 22H2 release. The links were revealed just a few days before the official announcement. This actually means that we may be a few days ahead of the official Windows 10 22H2 launch.
Sadly, the set of new features in Windows 10 22H2 is not known. Microsoft didn't mention a single change planned for the upcoming feature update.
Honestly, I don't think that will be any of them, at least for consumers. Microsoft is solely focused on Windows 11, where new features appear with almost every new update. For example, the first cumulative update for Windows 2022 Update added dynamic notifications for Widgets, and several other improvements. In contrast, Windows 10 has long been receiving only security patches and bug fixes.
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