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- Win11 version 22H2 arrival, Fall Surface launch date, "Intel Processor"
Windows 11 version 22H2 Arrives!
Repeat after me: you use the Windows 11 2022 Update to upgrade to Windows 11 version 2022. Got it? Good. Because Microsoft does not.
Windows 11 upgrade remains free, the hardware requirements are unchanged.
Seekers with no blocking holds can use Windows Update or the Installation Assistant.
Build number is 22621.521. Except when it isn't. (There are at least three, including .382 and .105)
Paul has tried to upgrade several PCs. You'll never believe what happened next.
Some features are coming in an October update, including tabs for File Explorer, updates to Photos app, new Taskbar overflow experience, and improved Nearby Share.
Managed businesses will not get post-22H2 interim updates ... until 22H3. With one hilarious caveat.
New business features are mostly security-related. But some of the best new features are for consumers too.
New gaming features in Windows 11 22H2.
New accessibility features.
A theory about how Microsoft's A-B testing in the Beta channel previewed how 22H2 builds will work going forward, split between Home/Pro (features on) and Ent/Edu (features off).
Plus: New Insider Preview builds today for some reason.
New Photos app is now rolling out to Insiders.
What about Windows 10 version 22H2?
It's arriving in October
No idea on new features, if any
The Fall Surface launch date is official: October 12
Intel to rebrand Pentium, Celeron. How the mighty have fallen
Microsoft Teams has a major new vulnerability. Microsoft: "Eh"
Power Platform just got some interesting new features, all in the name of "Collaboration Apps"
Microsoft Learn subsumes Docs, just like it did Channel 9. Hopefully not just like.
Canva is creating a Docs web app, will take on Notion, Microsoft 365
The merged version of OneNote is coming in October
Xbox September Update is here
Logitech G Cloud is a handheld gaming machine with Xbox Game Pass
Microsoft quietly changed how DRM works on Xbox.
Here are the rest of September's Xbox Game Pass titles
Hacker breaks into Rockstar, leaks lots of GTA VI footage
Xbox app for Windows updated with HowLongToBeat integration and better performance
Tips and Picks
Tip of the week: Enable Smart App Control
App pick of the week: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II Open Beta
Enterprise pick of the week: Power Up
Developer pick of the week: Microsoft CTO of Azure Mark Russinovich is all in on Rust
Beer Pick of the week: Firestone Walker Maple Parabola
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