The next major upgrade to Windows 11 will be released next month, and it will include Start menu folders, new gestures, and other features.
On September 20th, Microsoft plans to issue the next major Windows 11 upgrade, version 22H2. According to sources familiar with Microsoft’s plans, The Verge On September 20th, Microsoft will release Windows 11 22H2 via Windows Update, a week after the company’s customary Patch Tuesday repairs.
Microsoft has been testing Windows 11 22H2 for several months, and it will include a variety of new features such as program folders in the Start menu, drag and drop on the taskbar, and new touch gestures and animations. With 22H2, Microsoft is also introducing a new Live Captions accessibility tool, which is great for users who are deaf, hard of hearing, or anyone who wishes to automatically caption audio. Similarly, 22H2 has a new Voice Access feature that allows users to control their PCs with voice commands.
The Task Manager is also getting a makeover in Windows 11 22H2, with a new dark mode and a much nicer look that includes a new command bar and an efficiency option to control how much resources apps consume. Snap Layouts will also be considerably improved in 22H2, making it easy to drag and drop an app to display all of the layouts available for arranging apps.
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Microsoft is also developing tabs for File Explorer, which will be available after September 20th. According to Windows Central, another upgrade for 22H2 is scheduled for later this year, which will bring File Explorer tabs and a new Suggested Actions feature. If you want to get your hands on Windows 11 22H2 a little sooner, testers can install the final update right now.
According to The Verge, Microsoft is reportedly preparing to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of Surface with new devices this fall. These Surface devices will almost certainly come preloaded with the forthcoming 22H2 version of Windows 11.
Microsoft has yet to formally announce a release date for Windows 11 22H2 or any hints about a prospective Surface event. Microsoft will return to in-person tech events in October with its Ignite conference, which will be held in Seattle from October 12th to 14th.