Microsoft is said to be working on three feature updates for Windows 11 in 2023

Microsoft is said to be working on three feature updates for Windows 11 in 2023

Microsoft released two sets of features for its most recent operating system in 2022. The first, version 22H2 or the “2022 Update,” showed up in September, and the subsequent one, the supposed “second 1,” landed a month after the fact. It’s easy for Windows fans to feel a little lost because Microsoft won’t explain its confusing update policies. However, a new report from Windows Central aims to provide an explanation for the situation and a sneak peek at the Windows 11 updates that are expected to be released in 2023.

Windows Central’s Zac Bowden claims that the next feature update for Windows 11 will be released in February or March 2023. The features that “moment 2” will include, which include a number of controversial changes, are already known to us. Additionally, the stable version of Windows 11 22H2 already includes some of those features.

The resurrected tablet mode, a significantly improved notification area (the system tray), enhanced Task Manager, a new energy efficiency management page, full-screen widgets, and other enhancements will all be included in the “moment 2” update. Microsoft’s efforts to address major user complaints and make Windows 11 more up-to-date and visually appealing will continue with all of these updates.

In terms of being more up-to-date, the first feature update of 2023 should include a number of redesigns for some Windows 8-era dialogs. The date/time picker, rename this PC, reset, Windows Firewall, and go back to the previous build UI in Windows 11 preview builds already have new graphics.

As previously mentioned, users can anticipate the “moment 3” update sometime in the middle of the year. It is likely that the release will arrive in May or June 2023. The rumors state that Microsoft will continue to improve Windows Search and release a series of updates for dual-screen devices. However, we do not yet know what features to anticipate. The new web-based Outlook client ought to replace the stock Mail and Calendar applications as well.

Last but not least, “moment 4” ought to be released in September or October 2024. The “moment 4” update may be Windows 11 23H2, according to the report. Windows 11 23H2 will be a smaller release with a slightly less impressive set of new capabilities, in contrast to Windows 11 22H2 and its extensive list of new features.