Windows 11 22H2 RTM is coming in a few weeks

At present, there are many rumors about the Windows 11 22H2 RTM version, mainly because Microsoft itself mentioned in the system files that it will be completed in February and the functional configuration will be completed in March, and it is now May. So now more and more news says that the RTM version is approaching, and the more radical guess is that Microsoft will complete the development of the RTM version this month.

Of course, the RTM version does not mean the release. In fact, the 22H2 version will still be released in the fall, but it will be a test for a long time to find known bugs and improve system stability.

When Windows 11 is in the Beta state, usually, beta channel updates mean that stability has been further improved, and now the watermark has been removed. At present,  the Windows 11 Dev and Beta channels will part ways, in which the Windows 11 Dev version number is likely to jump directly to Build 23XXX, while the Windows 11 Beta channel will continue on Build 22XXX until the release of the RTM version.

After the Beta version is stable, the user can join the Beta channel until the stable version is released, and the Dev version is about to start testing Windows 11 23H2 version, and there will be no delay in function updates.

Via: windowslatest