Ohana means family, family means no one gets left behind or forgotten! That may be the lesson in Disney’s contemporary classic Lilo & Stitch, but it’s also a philosophy that the Windows team follows.
After making sure that the first update for Windows 11 has taken flight, they have also confirmed what Windows 10 users can expect.
The 2022 Update for the latest OS is now available for download. And with Microsoft steaming ahead with this new release, one could be forgiven for thinking that the company has forgotten about other, older versions.
But Windows 10, is the most popular desktop operating system in the world, and it just turned seven two months ago.
Hard to forget about a titan like this. Which is why Redmond has buried a subtle reminder about this feature update release for Windows 10 in a blog post describing how to download the Windows 11 2022 Update.
Microsoft has confirmed that Windows 10 22H2 is coming in October, though the software titan did not talk much about what features these users can expect.
The company has, on previous occasion, maintained that Windows 10 is a great place to be, if your device is not eligible for Windows 11. This is the reason why the software titan will keep servicing its older OS until October 2025.
It is as part of this servicing that the older operating system will receive an upgrade next month.
That said, it is best to keep expectations low for this release, as far as new features and options are concerned. We may get an odd addition here and there, including some that are developed in parallel for Windows 11, but the Windows 10 22H2 release will likely be nothing fancy.
But hey, at least, it’s coming.
And that’s a good thing.