Talk:Windows 11 2022 Update
Redirect Nickel to this[edit source]
- Development semesters are not tied to any Windows release. Plus, the Nickel page also contains server builds, so redirecting that page to this one would be a bad idea. Jurta (talk • contribs) 08:46, 21 April 2022 (UTC)
- what? --Ryuzaki 15:45, 21 April 2022 (UTC)
- yes 2001:F90:40C0:A072:D98B:29C7:A6C7:C7D5 05:19, 28 June 2022 (UTC)
About the update naming scheme[edit source]
Since Windows 10 November Update in 2015, Microsoft has gave names to updates so that general users could understand updates rather than using its respective version number. For example, Microsoft would name the update based on the month and year when the update was released. In the past though, they have used specialized names for updates before like the Windows 10 Anniversary Update and the 2 Creators updates for Windows 10 that were released in 2017. Also, the first update for Windows 10 was just named, Windows 10 November Update.
However, I really do not know if Microsoft will start using the version number in the update naming scheme or not. Based on activity from Microsoft, I think the Windows 11, version 22H2 name looks like it will be the final name for the update. The same also will likely go for Windows 10, version 22H2.
Or maybe they have not annouced the actual names for the updates yet. Although the release dates for the updates seem to be nearing more closer.
WindowsGuy2021, 11:32, 16 August 2022, (UTC)
Well, 2 days ago Windows 11, version 22H2 was officially named, "Windows 11 2022 Update", which was the name that was first seen in that update to the Get Started app that was pushed late last month. This also makes me wonder if the upcoming Windows 10, version 22H2 will follow the same name format given that Microsoft has moved on to annual updates now.
WindowsGuy2021, 8:43, 22 September 2022 (UTC)