Windows 11 will get an annual update Microsoft confirmed when it made it official in 2021. The Windows 11 update destined to come out next year will be the version 22H2. As per a new report this update will bring much-desired and currently missing Taskbar features back. It may also bring system-wide Dark mode and many other new features and UI changes.
Windows 11 version 22H2 update release date and features:
The Windows 11 version 22H2 update is termed Sun Valley 2 update internally. It may follow the Windows 11 21H2 release date schedule and its public roll-out may begin in October 2022. Currently it is in development with a possible deadline of May 2022. The final Windows 11 22H2 update may be made available to insiders in Summer 2022.
Coming to the new features and changes, Windows 11 version 22H2 may bring the missing Taskbar features back. These missing features top the list of most desired new Windows 11 features for a big number of users.
As per the report Windows 11 version 22H2 will focus on bringing the features and changes that were not ready for the Windows 11 initial release. A true system-wide dark mode covering both legacy and Modern UI parts may be highlight of UI changes brough by version 22H2.
Third-party widgets support is another key feature that Windows 11 version 22H2 will pack. While the native widget panel will be updated users will be able to download 3rd party widgets from store. Even unpackaged apps outside the Microsoft store will come with widget support.
Android app support is another important and desired feature that will go public with Windows 11 version 22H2. Many Windows 11 native apps will get updates, including Notepad and Groove Music.