One of the most important events of 2021 was the release of Microsoft’s Windows 11 operating system. Windows 11 was released in October and continues to be distributed to users gradually. On the other hand, Microsoft is working hard on bug fixes and plans to reach wide availability by the summer of next year.
With the OS rolling out, the company will also be ready to roll out the first feature update. If you remember, the update process will be different from Windows 10 and it was confirmed that Windows 11 will only get one feature update per year.
Although users will receive this update in the second half of 2022, Microsoft plans to complete its preparations by May. According to WindowsCentral, version 22H2 will be completed in May as part of the current engineering program, with a final interim build expected in the summer.
Some users state that Windows 11 is still not completed, while others express the problems they are experiencing. The Windows 11 22H2 (Sun Valley 2) update, on the other hand, may come with numerous improvements, changes, and features.
On the other hand, it is said that the software giant will focus on “Windows on ARM” in 2022. Let me remind you before we end, the development process is currently paused due to the holidays and we have stated that there will be no updates for a while.