Microsoft begins automatically updating Windows 11 users to version 22H2
This is what Windows Central found in a Microsoft support document. Microsoft stated in the document that they will start automatically updating 22H2 for users running Windows 11 21H2 Home and Professional editions, as well as unmanaged business devices. In other words, 22H2 is automatically downloaded in the background, and an installation prompt will pop up after the download is complete. Of course, users can decide when to install updates, and the system may also install them automatically during idle time.
Microsoft said:“Today we begin to automatically update consumer and non-managed business devices running Windows 11, version 21H2 Home and Pro editions to Windows 11, version 22H2. Since Windows 10, we have been helping Windows users stay up to date and secure with supported versions of Windows through automatic updates. We are utilizing this same approach for Windows 11 to help you stay protected and productive.
The automatic update to Windows 11, version 22H2 will happen gradually starting with those devices that have been using version 21H2 for the longest period of time. As always, you will have the ability to choose a convenient time for your device to restart and complete the update.”
On the one hand, Windows 11 22H2 brings many new features, such as the tab page of the file manager, the newly designed task manager, and a large number of interface improvements, etc. On the other hand, the new version will also bring some bugs. Microsoft stated in the support document that customer feedback and analysis show that the experience of Windows 11 22H2 is positive and good, so upgrading to the latest system is more beneficial than harmful, and there will be no problem.