Microsoft expects to release the next major Windows 11 update, version 22H2 on the upcoming 20th of September. It is reported that there are a few improvements that will come with the latest Windows update.
Some of the features include a new Live Captions accessibility that can be convenient for people who are deaf, hard of hearing, or anyone who wants to automatically make a caption out of the audio.
In addition, Microsoft will introduce a new Voice Access instrument that allows you to control your PCs with voice commands, app folders in the Start menu, drag and drop on the taskbar, and new touch gestures and animations.
There are also some features that will be revamped to give its users a better design in Windows 11 22H2. For instance, there will be a new dark mode for the Task Manager as well as a new command bar and efficiency mode that will limit apps from consuming resources. In terms of security, the Microsoft Defender Smartscreen is also to be included that will alert you if you enter your Microsoft account passwords on fake websites.
Another report claimed that additional features other than the ones mentioned above will make an appearance too, namely File Explorer tabs and Suggested Actions. Furthermore, in conjunction with Surface’s anniversary, Microsoft is likely to launch its latest products this fall.
It’s likely that, like all previous major Windows updates, it won’t be available to all current Windows 11 users on the 20th of September. Microsoft typically distributes the update to a small number of PCs first, then gradually expands availability until all Windows 11 PCs have it installed.
Source: The Verge