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    Windows Update on Twitter: “We’ll be introducing the search highlights feature to Windows 11 over the next several weeks. This feature presents notabl
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    Susan Bradley Patch Lady

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    • #2455590

      Optional KB5014668

      New! Introducing search highlights

      Search highlights will present notable and interesting moments of what’s special about each day—like holidays, anniversaries, and other educational moments in time both globally and in your region. To see search highlights, click or tap on the search icon on your taskbar.

      For enterprise customers, search highlights will also feature the latest updates from your organization and suggest people, files, and more.

      Search highlights will roll out to Windows 11 customers over the next several weeks. We are taking a phased and measured approach. Broad availability will occur in the coming months. For group configuration information, see Group configuration: search highlights in Windows…

    • #2455629

      Windows 11 June 23, 2022—KB5014668 (OS Build 22000.778) Preview explained above.

      But Windows 11 users don’t want search highlights either.

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    • #2455666

      Speaking of torture, Windows 10 22H2 will be just another Enablement Package based on build 19041
      confirmed by CU Preview KB5014666 (19041.1806)

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      • #2455674

        W10 to build 19045 version 22H2 enablement package in July CU undoubtedly then…
        This can be activated early, if you so wish, using either Cmd as admin with the June CU preview installed 😉
        more info over on winaero dated 24th June 2022:
        https://winaero.com/microsoft-is-working-on-windows-10-version-22h2/

        • #2455733

          The CU do not contain 22H2 enablement package
          it only contain the registry values to change version to 22H2, which officially require standalone enablement package (like 21H2 KB5003791)

          force installing the registry values will not activate any 22H2 feature, and will break the version change for the next CU

          it’s very amateurish move

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    • #2455689

      Query about Windows 11 22H2 enablement package:
      https://www.reddit.com/r/SCCM/comments/v7zb4w/windows_11_22h2_enablement_vs_full/

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      Related question: Does an enablement package make for a blurry update where it is unclear what is installed and how it is installed when compared with a full feature update?

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      • #2455734

        Windows 11 22H2 is already out, build 22621
        not generally available yet

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    • #2455820

      Windows 11 22H2 is already out, build 22621
      not generally available yet

      Or you can jump to 23H2 currently build 25145.1011 (KB5016159)

    • #2455830

      I’m glad I looked at the article. I went to settings and EVERYTHING was once again enabled. Yee-Ow!!! Oh my! I guess I need to go back to check ALL my settings after EVERY update once again… sigh… My Win10 install is not linked to any, not even MS, account. Thank you guys!

      • #2455837

        This post has to do with Windows 11, what settings are you talking about on Windows 10?

        Susan Bradley Patch Lady

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