users of Windows 10good news: the Microsoft released, on Tuesday (18), a system update. THE 22H2 version It doesn’t have big news, but it shows the company’s commitment to serving those who still use the older OS. The focus of the update, according to the company, is “to improve quality, productivity and safety.”
According to information of Bleeping Computerin this new version, Microsoft has implemented the option to receive important notifications even when Focus mode is on.
In addition, the company also brought news to the Windows Autopilotthe set of technologies used to install and pre-configure new devices for productive use.
Such as Microsoft remembers, Windows 10 Home and Pro editions will receive an 18-month update; Enterprise and Education are guaranteed 30 months. The company promises to support at least one version of the system by October 14, 2025.
The newly released update is being rolled out gradually, but only to anyone using Windows 10 version 20H2 or later, can be installed via Windows Update.
In view of the very few new features and bug fixes, the update will happen just like a monthly update. Because of this, many users will find that their process should happen faster.
For those who are still using Windows 10 but have an 11-compatible device, Microsoft has said that the latest version of the system will also be offered in parallel.
Finally, the giant warned that, during the release process, add security holds in order to prevent installation errors if any incompatibility issues are identified.
Windows 11 gains tabs in File Explorer
Also this Tuesday (18), Microsoft started distributing a new version of Windows 11 which frees up the use of tabs in File Explorer, something promised in the last update. According to the company, the function aims to simplify daily tasks and collaboration on the OS.
In addition to this novelty, the system gained other features, such as the new Favorites section. With it, users will be able to pin the most used files. There are also Suggested Actions, which give you options to create calendar events if Windows identifies a future date in a message, for example.
Finally, the taskbar has also received improvements. One of them is the access to the Task Manager through the context menu of the area and the possibility for users to view more apps through a floating window, which will show what is being executed.