Microsoft has started distributing its next big update on Windows 11 – Windows 11 22H2.
Currently, it is only available to members of the Release Preview section of Windows Insider. The update will be here in the coming months, then it will be available to anyone as part of a stable release.
One of the key features of the update is the new folders in the Start menu. The company has added new touch gestures and the ability to drag the taskbar.
Note that Windows 11 22H2 does not have to wait for release. You can try the update now – just join the Windows Insider Program. You can do this by following the link.
If we talk about launching the “for all” update, it should be a little after 2022. Approximately in September.
Windows 11 is here. And now that you’ve read our full review, you’re probably thinking of installing an upgrade on your own PC.
We think most people should wait a few months to give Microsoft time to iron out the biggest new-operating-system bugs in Windows 11 and finish releasing updates for Windows’s built-in apps. But you may want to install the operating system anyway because you want to test it or you want to run the new thing. Or you may want to install Windows 11 on an “unsupported” PC because Microsoft is not your guardian and therefore can’t tell you what to do.
We’ve put together all sorts of resources to create a comprehensive installation guide for upgrading to Windows 11. It includes tips and some step-by-step instructions for launching officially required features like your TPM and Secure Boot, as well as an informal way to skirt system-required checks on official and unsupported PCs.