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Microsoft Windows 11 Update Schedule Progresses Towards the Futuristic

Microsoft Windows 11 version 22H2 introduces a major change by reverting to launching a new version every three years, as initially reported by Ghacks in July. This marks a departure from the previously expected yearly feature update cycle for Windows 11, transitioning to a new “Moment” update cycle. There are indications that several more Moment Updates are in the works, possibly leading up to the development of Windows 12.

The first Moment update, Moment 1, was released in October with significant features including File Explorer Tabs, Suggested Actions, Taskbar overflow option, enhancements to the Photos app, and more. It has been confirmed that Moment 2 is currently in development by Windows Insiders and is set for an early next release. The term “Moments” has been internally acknowledged at Microsoft as the reference point for these updates.

Reports have surfaced hinting at a possible Moments 3 update in Microsoft’s release pipeline, although specific release timeframes have yet to be confirmed. However, leaked internal test IDs on Twitter have hinted at the existence of the third ID linked to the updates.

Notably, a fourth ID has been leaked by the same Windows Insider researcher who brought the news of the third Moments ID to light, possibly outlining the test development schedule leading up to Windows 12.

It is worth noting that the rapid generation of these test IDs raises the possibility that they might be related to something entirely different from future Moments updates. To ascertain this, observers are advised to keep an eye out for the addition of a fifth test ID in the schedule. The presence of such an ID would hint at a shift in focus away from being test-scheduling IDs for forthcoming Windows 11 updates.

Thank you for reading Ghacks. This article titled “Microsoft Windows 11 Update Schedule Seemingly Reaches Far into the Future” was originally published on Ghacks Technology News.

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