Windows 11 version 23H2, the supposed to be next major update for Windows 11 may belong to the Build 22631.XXXX family. The update may arrive via the cumulative update route and may need an enablement package “KB5027397” to upgrade from version 22H2. The update may have a set of new features including updated File explorer and Emoji 15 support.
Coming to details now, enthusiast account “PhantomOcean3” has revealed details about the Windows 11 Build 22631.1825 (update KB5026440). This gives rise to the speculation that upcoming Windows 11 23H2 update may be a relatively minor update. The 23H2 update belonging to Build 22631.XXXX may need an enablement package KB5027397.
22631.1825 – KB5026440 (internal)
22631 enablement package: KB5027397
Could 23H2 be a servicing style/enablement package update after all?
For those who want the velocity feature, it'll *likely* be MTestUx15, 42105254 https://t.co/pTz3eaXUZP
— PhantomOcean3 💙💛 (@PhantomOfEarth) May 18, 2023
The enthusiast account has also provided details of the velocity feature as “MTestUx15, 42105254”. The velocity Id reveals that Windows 11 version 23H2 update may bring redesigned File explorer, end task added to the Taskbar right click and Emoji 15 support.
This is however speculation at this given point in time and Microsoft may pack more new features or changes in the Windows 11 version 23H2. But if this comes true then probably Microsoft may be planning to bring a big Windows OS upgrade in 2024. Windows 12 speculations have been plenty, and a new Windows moniker may the right thing for a major Windows overhaul. Check some of the interesting Windows 12 concepts we covered recently.