Microsoft has released the first preview build of Windows 10 22H2 in the Release Preview Channel for Insiders. The build is mainly intended to validate “servicing technology”, and therefore does not seem to bring any new features.
What those new features could be is still completely unknown. Microsoft has not released anything about this yet, and will only do so “later this year”. Most changes of the 22H2 update for Windows 11 have already been announced.
All we know so far is that nothing will change with the Windows Hardware Compatibility Program, which means that all drivers of the current Windows 10 versions will continue to work. No surprise of course, the WHCP guidelines have remained unchanged since Windows 10 version 2004 (from 2020).
It is also still unclear when 22H2 for Windows 10 will be released. 21H2 was released in November last year, 20H2 in October of 2020 and 19H2 in November 2019. So it seems likely that 22H2 will be released in October or November.
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