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And adds support for RTX 4000 cards
It wouldn't be a Windows update without unexpected issues
In a nutshell: Microsoft has started rolling out the Windows 11 2022 update, also known as the 22H2 update, in over 190 countries. It introduces several upgrades and new features to the company's most recent operating system, including an updated Start menu, better search, and a revamped File Explorer. Microsoft is also adding improved security and gaming-focused tools to the OS.
A new way to add more features to Windows
A tool that helps users could also help hackers
A redesigned Task Manager, Start Menu changes, touch improvements, and more
Only some CPU series were affected
Users can get a new license without going through Windows 10
The new policy will lock out malicious actors after the first ten failed attempts
New feature is joined by improved sharing controls, a minor MS Store update, and the usual set of bug fixes
Microsoft's latest update to the Dev Channel focuses on fixes, the Media Player and Camera app
Have you jumped over to Windows 11?
Could the long-requested feature finally arrive?
Microsoft thinks solid state is great
A useful widget or another advertisement for Edge?
It also plugs a number of security holes in Microsoft's latest operating system
Microsoft's alternative to Steam Big Picture?
A new intensity slider and on/off toggle
Microsoft's internal rollout of Windows 11 took five weeks, a massive 190,000 devices were upgraded worldwide
An undisclosed number didn't meet the requirements though and are still running Windows 10
New dev channel builds of Windows Home are finally ditching the 30-plus year-old protocol
Other sources disagree, but Windows 11's adoption might still be slowing down
Microsoft thinks not enough users request the feature
Super handy feature is similar to macOS' quick look