Windows 10: Microsoft confirms Windows 10 22H2 will ship with a scoped set of new features

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    Microsoft confirms Windows 10 22H2 will ship with a scoped set of new features


    The world can’t stop talking about Windows 11 as it continues to ship on millions of new devices around the world. Windows 11 has received mixed reviews, with some users criticizing the “sweeping visual rejuvenation” of the Start menu and taskbar. On the other hand, some users are happy with the modern makeover of the operating system.

    While Windows 11 remains the focus and Windows 12 is now on the cards, Microsoft has some good news for those of you planning to stick with Windows 10. Microsoft has already confirmed Windows 10 will remain supported until at least 2025 and some form of extended support will be offered after the deadline as well.

    Windows 10 continues to play an important role and Windows 10 22H2 will begin rolling out to customers later this year, according to Microsoft officials. This feature update will ship with a “scoped set of new features” and more details be shared soon, a company’s spokesperson said.

    Since Windows 10 has close to 1 billion users, Windows 10 22H2 is not exactly a shocker as Microsoft wants to keep maintaining the software for the next several years. This is apparently some good enough news that Microsoft felt the need to document the existence of version 22H2.

    In one of the new support documentation, Microsoft confirmed that version 22H2 is built on top of Windows 10 version 2004 and it will not bring any changes to the “Windows Hardware Compatibility Program (WHCP)”

    In other words, the existing version of Windows Hardware Lab Kit (Windows HLK) will continue to work on this new feature update. There won’t be a new Windows HLK release for version 22H2 and partners can continue using the existing version 2004 HLK for certification purposes.

    Likewise, Microsoft says existing drivers will continue to work normally after the installation of version 22H2. “Drivers that meet all the applicable Windows 10, version 2004 requirements will be digitally signed”, Microsoft noted.

    Windows 10 22H2 details so far


    References to Windows 10 22H2 were recently spotted in one of the cumulative updates (KB5015684). This update is now officially heading to Windows Insiders and it switches the operating system version to version 22H2 from version 21H2.

    Microsoft is sticking to the same naming convention, so this update could launch as either “October 2022 Update” or “November 2022 Update”.

    Version 22H2 / Build 19046 will be enabled via the same “enablement package” format, which means features launching with the update are already part of the optional features, but they’re hidden from the public eyes.

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    Microsoft has confirmed that it will continue to offer its graphics program Paint.

    In a recent update, it had listed Paint as a feature that would be either removed or no longer developed.

    Paint, renowned for its simplicity, has been part of the Windows operating system since its launch in 1985.

    Microsoft suggested it would not remain on Windows 10 by default but did say it would be available for free on the Windows Store.

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    Microsoft testing blue light reduction feature for Windows 10

    "Microsoft is slowly revealing new features in its next major update to Windows 10, and it appears blue light reduction feature might be a future addition. The software giant released a new build of Windows 10 testers yesterday with very few visible additions, but Windows enthusiasts have already started picking it apart for clues on new features. Twitter user "Core"has discovered references to a "BlueLightReduction" setting deep within the next major update to Windows 10 (codenamed Redstone 2). It appears to be a setting that will be toggled from the Action Center (notification center) in the operating system.

    F.lux has been the most popular option for Windows users looking to reduce blue light in the evenings, but Microsoft's own native toggle will bring this feature to every Windows 10 user. Apple has also integrated a similar feature in iOS 9, but it hasn't announced any plans to bring blue light reduction to Mac OS yet. Microsoft only appears to be testing the feature right now, so there's no guarantee it will ship in the update due early next year. If Microsoft does implement it fully then it will presumably be available on the mobile version of Windows 10, too.
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    Microsoft testing blue light reduction feature for Windows 10
     
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    Microsoft confirms Windows 10 22H2 will ship with a scoped set of new features

    Microsoft Confirms Windows 7 Release Candidate Will Launch on April 10 2009

    In an exclusive interview with the guys at Neowin.net, Microsoft have confirmed, that provided no serious problems arise, they are on track to release Windows 7 RC on April 10. As yet the only changes which are known about, are User Account Control (UAC) fixes which prevent malware from disabling UAC all together.

    More information about the development of Windows 7 comes from Geeksmack, with their email conversation with Steven Sinofsky, Microsoft Senior Vice President of Windows. Sinofsky said, "We have received an amazing amount of feedback, many suggestions for new features too, during the beta—over 500,000 suggestions just from the Send Feedback button." What was also interesting to note, "... by far the most humorous element has been that the build numbers blogged about are higher than our current build. Today’s build is 7046, but it hasn’t completed yet *Smile Microsoft confirms Windows 10 22H2 will ship with a scoped set of new features :)"
    Sinofsky is also said to have spoken to Ars Technica, and said that, "The build will be available broadly".

    Sources: Neowin.net , Geeksmack , Ars Technica
     
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