Windows 10 2022 Update has launched

October 18, 2022

Well, the big day is finally here! The world’s most popular operating system, Windows 10 that is, has just been refreshed. The Windows 10 2022 Update is now officially in the house.

Microsoft has started rolling out the latest feature update for this OS as an enablement package for those that are sticking with this good old version of Windows. And they can get their hands on it as long as they are running Windows 10 version 2004 and above.

The official changelog for Windows 10 22H2 is not live yet, even though the update is.

But don’t expect much from this release, which most would be hard pressed to label as a feature update. Only a limited set or productivity features are on offer in this new version, like some printer improvements, so on and so forth.

And that too, to keep parity with these features between the two platforms, Windows 10 and 11.

Then again, Microsoft has been on record saying that the latest Windows 10 release will have a limited set of features focused on productivity and management, so there’s that.

Unfortunately, this is everything we currently know about this newest release for the Windows 10 OS.

It does bump up support, however.

Regular customers running the Home and Professional editions of the Windows 10 2022 Update will receive 18 months of support, while commercial customers with Enterprise and Education editions will be in line to receive 30 months of servicing.

Should tide us by until October 14, 2025, which is the date where at least one version of Windows 10 will remain supported. This also means that Windows 10 user can expect similar updates to be release in the future.

If you want to install the Windows 10 2022 Update, you check click the Check for updates button in the Update and Security section of the Settings app. Simply download and install when your computer detects the update.

An alternate route is also available in the form of the newly updated Media Creation Tool that can be used to download ISO files for a clean install or an in-place upgrade.

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