windows 11 Version 22H2, the first feature update of windows 11 Since its launch in October 2021, it is expected to be officially released sometime this fall, most likely October. With Build 22621, Microsoft already has a release preview channel version of windows 11 programs inside were published; It is expected that this will be close to or even identical to the final version.
We looked at the release preview channel release as well as some of the features that were introduced in later versions of the beta channels and development channels that might make it into the final version.
Anyone who messes with their system, for example to check memory usage or disable programs that run at startup, will sooner or later encounter a revamped task manager in version 22H2. Instead of tabs for processes, performance, startup applications, etc., this now has icons arranged vertically in the left column.
The icons are bigger, there’s more space between the menus (they’re bigger too), and there’s also a new dark mode. You can also start new tasks such as opening a folder or launching a program directly from the task manager.
In version 22H2, Microsoft also continues to tinker with the start menu. So now you can create folders to organize your apps the way you want windows 10 is used on, and you can change the size of the installed apps area.
There’s also a brand new section in the Start Menu customization settings, including setting the number of pinned items that will be displayed in it.
In version 22H2, Microsoft brings back another feature that was in the first version of windows Canceled 11: Drag and drop to the taskbar. You can drag a file to the app icon in the taskbar and it will open the file in the app, just like in Windows 10.
With every new version of windows Microsoft is working on tweaking the settings menu, and this time it’s no different. The Accounts page has received an overhaul and now offers an amazing amount of information at a glance. In addition to your name, email, etc., you will find information about whether you have Microsoft 365 installed and if so what version and how much you pay for it. It also lists who you share files with, how much OneDrive storage you’ve paid for, and how much you’ve used.
There are a number of other improvements in the settings, including the ability to disable the full menu in the taskbar, allowing Bing to use a different image as your desktop background every day, and more.
File Explorer Enters windows 11 22H2 New look, including cleaner and more useful left navigation pane for accessing frequently used folders and pinned folders. There’s an icon for OneDrive in the top right, which when clicked shows sync status, total capacity, and used space, and provides quick access to settings and storage management options. This icon appears only when you are currently viewing the OneDrive folder.
If you dig deep enough in File Explorer options, you can make OneDrive appear as a default folder so that it opens every time File Explorer is launched. There is also an option to create tabs in File Explorer.
There are also two new apps in 22H2: Clipchamp and Family Safety. Clipchamp is a free and simple video editor. There will be a paid version, maybe $19 per month if you want to work with 1080p videos.
family safety cooperate windowsDevices, Xbox PCs and Android– Devices on which the program is installed to view children’s websites. In addition, it offers several other features, including a shared family calendar.
If you own a touch screen device, you will get many new gestures. You can swipe up to bring up the Start menu and use three fingers to minimize your apps. Swipe from the right to access quick settings, with a three-finger swipe left or right you can switch between running apps.
There are a number of other minor improvements in the operating system. One such feature is Snap Layouts, which allows you to group your open windows into one of six preset screen layouts. with update on windows 11 You will be able to drag a window to the top of the screen and then drop it into a quick layout. Additionally, Task View (Windows key + Tab) displays your Snap groups, making it easy to switch between them.
Of course, Microsoft is also taking the theme of sustainability into its planned update: depending on where you live (So maybe initially exclusively in the USA), see on windowsThe update page might say “Windows Update’s commitment to help reduce carbon emissions.” If this is the case, Windows tries to schedule updates for times when carbon emissions can be reduced, such as when it’s busy. If your power supplier uses more solar or hydroelectric plants. Likewise, there are power settings aimed at reducing your carbon footprint.
There are also system administrators in windowsDon’t forget to update -11. They get new group policies to control the Start menu, taskbar, and system tray for their users. (MB)
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