Windows 10 22H2 – What's New?
Microsoft has announced the next version of Windows 10; 22H2. It is currently available in the release preview channel of the Windows Insider program. However, does this update actually change anything? In this video, we’ll be taking a look at Windows 10 Version 22H2.
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28 thoughts on “Windows 10 22H2 – What's New?”
Amazing! i'm the first one to comment on this 🙂
hopefully they add new modern animations like bouncing animations
When it comes to features and UI Win10 is dead…
The only thing left is security updates…
noo my older pc is dead (not my 2 newer windows 11 ones)
Microsoft will probably keep releasing win10 updates like this
Yay I am the 12
Update with no updates
Fastest linux installer to this dayy
Wow!!!! This is the biggest update ever released in the entiernety of microsoft windows.
Altough I'm using Windows Dev channel for over 1 year with the exact same specs Lots of new stuff and changes when I upgraded to Windows 11 Insider Preview in June 28, 2021
And Yes I tried Windows 10 22H2 on a VMware and Nothing changed and new stuff wasn't added.
Year Built: Mid-2017
OS: Windows 11 Pro
Processor: AMD Ryzen 5 1500X
RAM: 16 GB DDR4
GPU: AMD RX 570 (4GB)
Motherboard: ECS A320AM4-M3D
Additional Notes: My Motherboard is Upgradealbe to a Ryzen 7 1800X but not yet since It's still fast for Windows. It was Built for "High-End"
What is your PC resolution
About the top bar in the setting, as what I know from my experience, when I switched from Enterprise to Professional, I got that top bar too, so I'm guessing it's about the edition. Thanks for the video mate
No need to update it just useless.
I just installed win10 22h2 build on my i3 4th laptop and it felt running quite snappy compared to previous win10 build, at first I thought it was just a placebo effect but after seeing the 5s improvement in boot time of ur virtual machine ig it wasn't a pleacabo effect
Note: It's just my assumption
it 18 months so if u want to keep going to 2025 they force you to move on to 22h2 on so? I guess that the only reason to so called upgrade. Just to keep using 10 past Spring 2023
Install Windows 10 they said… it will be great they said…
I mean it kind of makes sense, the end of support date will expands with 22H2 so I guess there's that.
I mean maybe there were bug fixes or something, but yeah…. compare 22H2 for Windows 10 and Windows 11 and it's very clear which one Microsoft cares more about lol.
I wouldn't say there's anything especially wrong with that, Windows 10 is solid enough, and Windows 11 is the newest OS so obviously Microsoft would put more eggs in that basket
is that UR mic crackling? 1:08 just want to be sure you know these RealTek Audio Driver pretty much suck, but I had to install the latest DDAudio Drivers to be able to use and have DTS HeadphoneX v1 and one pretty much has to do a few changes in sound Tabs, as to why I ask if its on UR end??? And thanks you for the video stating that version 222H2 not much or pretty much no change I just Reinstalled windows 10 for error issues the only version or new vering is still Version 21H2 / Installed ON: 6/27/2022 / OS Build: 19044.1826
Maybe its just a security update? I was using 20h2 since…2019 when it came out…i despise windows updates, they always slow down the machine after a while.
But i finally decided to do a clean install, and updated to 22h2.
My next windows update will be windows 12.
22h2 its nothing special..exactly like 20h2 imo……it uses more storage, confirmed….that fuckin sucks.
Android every month new updates slower phone less memory same device syndrome.
It’s just same as 21h1, it’s so same I ended up upgrading to windows 11 on my laptop but on my desktop I still use windows 10 for gaming reasons
……. aaaand another new update forces me to reinstall Windows and disable the update process because the new update causes horrendous UI lag… Thanks Bill!!!
You cannot do performance tests on VM's. They rely on your main OS and system for performance, anything could have happened on your main OS that could effect performance when the OS's boot.
TBH I'm surprised they didn't remove some features to bring it in-line with W11 to make the 'upgrade' worth doing.
After my latest update in the last few days my private browsings stopped working and everythings just worse as with every update.
Useful to know. I'm on 21H2, Windows 10 works fine, this is a pretty snappy Ryzen 5000 PC, so, once again, if it ain't broke, don't fix it.
From what I've read on the Windows Insider blog, Windows 10 v22H2 is currently on its release preview channel stages. They have released the first preview build (19045.1865).
It was an update to release an update.