Windows 11 2022 Update is already with us. The first major update to Windows 11 was rolled out yesterday and is packed with a host of new features and improvements. If these weren’t enough to convince you, maybe the ones in the next update will be…
Windows 11 will continue to improve constantly
However, the news will not stop here. We recently learned about Microsoft’s new strategy with updates: a big update every 3 years and, in between, small updates with new features every X months. The first of those updates, which the company refers to as “Moments”, will arrive in a few weeks and promises the following news:
- File Explorer improvements. Microsoft finally brings us the long-requested tabs to File Explorer, which will be accompanied by improvements to the left navigation panel for a clearer and easier experience.
- A new Photos appwhich promises a completely revamped photo management experience, with a new image gallery design, simplified photo search, and easier OneDrive backup.
- Suggested actions. A new interface will appear each time you copy a phone number or a date, suggesting quick actions to manage that data, such as adding the number to your contact list or creating an event in Outlook with the date you copied.
- Taskbar overflow. An updated interface that will appear in the taskbar when you have too many icons, showing you in a secondary floating and drop-down bar the rest of the icons that do not fit in the main interface.
- Share to more devices. The ability to share files to more devices, including other desktops, has been updated.
- Microsoft Store. An update to the Microsoft Store will arrive in October with screenshots for search results, the ability to restore apps with a single click, and the appearance of Android apps in search results.
We do not have a specific date for this update and, at the moment, Microsoft has only shared that it will arrive in the month of October. We will update this news when we know more details.