• Windows 10 22H2 is out along with “Moments” for Windows 11

    Microsoft has just posted that Windows 10 22H2 is now out for “seekers” who manually “check for updates”  Remember if you want to stay at a certain feature release you can use group policy or registry keys here.  Folks behind WSUS or other managed patching won’t be pushed this.

    Next the first “Moment” release is out for Windows 11.  Tabbed file explorer is included.  As I suspected these are included in the optional non security releases and will be rolled out to all next month in the cumulative patches

    “These new features and experiences will start to become available today in an optional non-security preview release and a phased rollout via our servicing technology and new apps via Microsoft Store updates5, ensuring you can take advantage of the latest Windows experiences as these new features are ready. The new features will be made broadly available to all editions of Windows 11, version 22H2 in the November 2022 security update release.”

    What isn’t detailed is how you can control these – especially if you are a business other than not installing the patch?  I’ll be asking around to see what’s up.

    AND updating the Master patch list AGAIN tonight.