Windows 11 22H2, final version available. Explanation

Completing the first major update of Windows 11 is a priority for Microsoft. However, we do not have an exact date.

The company clearly remains cautious about this, and is not making any specific commitment. So we don’t know when the final version of Sun Valley 2. According to a new report, it appears that the selection has already been made.

The information, signed Zac Bowden, was published in Twitter. The latest build of Windows 11, build 22621, will be this popular final release. It has been available for a few days through the BETA channel of the Windows Insider Program. Note that we also asked ourselves this question about this build.

Windows 11 Build 22621 Arrival, Is It Sun Valley 2 RTM?

This selection should be official on May 20. In case you don’t encounter a specific issue, Windows 11 build 22621 will be the latest build of 22H2. On the other hand, from here the “general audience” deployment is launched, Microsoft will continue to improve its performance and stability while correcting many “bugs”.

22H2 has acted but Windows 11 is still being deployed.

At the same time, the company continues to publish the first version of Windows 11. Available since October 2021, the operating system is being introduced gradually to all eligible PCs. It is expected to be available worldwide usually before summer.

Microsoft said last January that everything was green on the topic to come on schedule. This means that all eligible devices should receive a free Windows 11 upgrade within a few weeks.

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Giant explained

The Windows 11 Upgrade Offer is entering final availability and is intended for mass deployment of eligible devices.

Since the launch of Windows 11 in October, we’ve seen strong demand and preference for Windows 11, with people upgrading their eligible PCs at twice the rate we’ve seen in Windows 10.

Building on this trend, we are accelerating the pace of deployment faster than expected and entering the final phase of Windows 11 availability.”

Since then, Microsoft has not clarified.

Frank Mccarthy

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