For individuals who do not want to or are unable to update to Windows 11, Microsoft released the Windows 10 2022 Update, or 22H2, last month. The corporation now claims that the release is prepared for widespread adoption. We were able to find out some information on what is new in the Windows 10 2022 Update, despite the fact that Microsoft hasn’t revealed much about those enigmatic productivity enhancements.
The final part of a Windows release’s lifetime is known as broad deployment. It implies that more users with suitable computers—not just those bold enough to click the “Check for updates” button—will receive invitations to update. For comparison, the Windows 11 2022 Update (also known as 22H2) is currently accessible to everyone who manually checks for updates. In May 2022, the inaugural Windows 11 release (21H2) was prepared for widespread use.
Versions 20H2, 21H1, and 21H2 of Windows 10 can be updated to version 22H2. Due to the fact that all of those releases are merely enablement packages that function as regular cumulative updates, the procedure won’t use a lot of time or bandwidth.
Another point to note is that Windows 10 version 21H1 will soon no longer receive security updates from Microsoft, necessitating a compulsory upgrade for customers. The official literature states that Windows 10 21H1 will stop being supported on December 13, 2022. On May 10, 2022, support for version 20H2 ended.