Microsoft is likely to roll out new features for Windows 10 later this year, probably inspired by Windows 11.
Since the release of Windows 11, Redmond has focused on incorporating new functionality and features into its new operating system, handing out only bug fixes and security updates to the Windows 10 operating system.
However, things may change now in the last quarter of the year, as Microsoft is going to release a dedicated update exclusively for Windows 10, called Windows 10 22H2 And it will include a series of novelties, we will see if they are inspired by Windows 11.
And yet the first preview version of Windows 10 22H2 is now available to Insiders, an update has been identified as KB5015878 and will be the first time that the folks at Redmond agree that Windows 10 will be released later this year in a specific way. Will receive an update, they report from How To Geek.
And it is that Microsoft may be considering this update important enough to name a new version, so it may include important new features.
In any case this first preview is focused on validating the build service technology but curiously the last update”will have a set of distinctive features,
The people of Redmond tell More details will be shared by the end of the yearSo it will be necessary to see if Microsoft eventually tries to incorporate some of the distinctive features of Windows 11 in its previous operating system.
As we said, since the release of Windows 11 last year, Windows 10 has only received security fixes and minor changes, and the current preview build does not include any notable improvements.