The next big feature update for Windows 10 is known as version 22H2, and according to Microsoft itself, it should launch at some point this month
However, while the software giant has remained tight-lipped as to when the rollout could begin, it looks like this moment is just around the corner.
As per Neowin, the ISO download links for Windows 10 version 22H2 seem prepared, as they have recently been spotted online – note, however, that the download links aren’t yet live, so they’re not pointing to any ISO images for the time being.
The release of Windows 11 came with upgraded system requirements, and as a result, not all Windows 10 devices are getting the new OS.
Rollout later this month
Microsoft promised to continue supporting Windows 10 until October 2025, and the company says the new feature updates, including the upcoming 22H2, will further refine the experience with the operating system.
“For customers who are using a device that is not eligible for Windows 11, Windows 10 is a great place to be. Windows 10 will be serviced through Oct. 14, 2025 and we have announced that the next feature update to Windows 10, version 22H2, is coming next month, continuing to offer you both support and choice with Windows,” John Cable said last month when he shared more information on the Windows 11 rollout.
At this point, however, it just looks like the debut of Windows 10 is just around the corner, so you’d better not spam the check for updates button to search for it.
Rumor has it that the rollout could kick off as part of the October 2022 Patch Tuesday cycle, which takes place next week on October 11. If this is the case, we’re only one week away from the moment the first devices get the new feature update.