Microsoft plans to release the next major Windows 11 update, version 22H2, on September 20. The Verge: Sources familiar with Microsoft’s plans tell The Verge that Microsoft will release Windows 11 22H2 via Windows Update on September 20, a week after the company’s usual patch Tuesdays. Microsoft has been testing Windows 11 22H2 for several months, and it will include a number of new improvements, such as app folders in the Start menu, drag-and-drop on the taskbar, and new touch gestures and animations. Microsoft is also adding a new accessibility feature, Live Captions, with 22H2, which is ideal for those who are deaf, hard of hearing, or those who want to automatically create captions. Similarly, a new voice access tool that allows people to control their PC with voice commands is part of the 22H2.

The Task Manager in Windows 11 22H2 is also being redesigned with a new dark mode and a much better layout that includes a new command bar and an efficiency mode to limit resource usage by apps. Snap Layouts will also be greatly improved in 22H2, simplifying drag and drop to reveal all the layouts that can be used to host apps. Microsoft is also working on tabs for File Explorer, which will arrive a little later than September 20.

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