I’m probably one of those people who stick around for a long time on Windows 10, even after a year after Microsoft released Windows 11.
I used to write an article about Five Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Upgrade To Windows 11 and one of the points I discussed was “Windows 11 is still not perfect”, at least at that time because in Windows 11 Initial Release, there were still some significant shortcomings, such as the difficulty of changing browser default, no drag to pin to taskbar, still quite a lot of bugs, and others.
But one year later, Microsoft will finally release the second version of Windows 11, called project Sun Valley 2 and will have the name Windows 11 2022 Update, this version is now available in Windows Insider Beta, and there are two options that users can choose from. , Build 22621 with a number of new features that are not yet active (including tabs in the file explorer, and other new features) and Build 22622 which already brings a number of new features by default.
In Windows 11 22H2 which reportedly will bring Build 22621 as GA or General availability, there have been quite a few improvements and new features, including you can see the following article to see what the new features are.
Okay, if in the past I was still using Windows 10, now I’m using Windows 11 completely, and what are the reasons that make me want to use Windows 11 22H2, and why only now and not when it was first released first?, OK, let’s discuss guys .
Windows 11 Is More Stable
One of the reasons why I used to still stick with Windows 10 is because Windows 11 is still relatively new and still enough buggy to use, let’s call it a printer problem that has been repeatedly reported as problematic in Windows 11.
Apart from that some parts user interface Windows 11 at that time was still not perfect, where there were still a number of rough parts, and tended to be inconsistent in all applications.
However, it’s different now, where Microsoft, which this year has focused more on Windows 11 and has stepped up Windows 10, seems crazy to fix and improve Windows 11, where there are already a number of things that users have complained about, have now been fixed.
For example, now changing the default browser is easier, just one click and the default browser changes immediately. It’s different from the past, where users have to change one by one from the file format to be opened according to the application that the user wants.
Besides, if we couldn’t before drag to pin to taskbarwhich was an important feature in Windows OS, now it can be done again.
More New Features
Well besides that, in Windows 11 22H2, there are already quite a lot of new features that are quite helpful in adding to the Windows 11 user experience.
Like Drag n Drop on the Taskbar, Folders on the Start Menu, Pin Files in Favorites, Improved Snap Layout, and many more, you can see the following article to find out what are the new features on Windows 11 22H2.
Microsoft Support Period Will Be Extended
If Windows 11 Home and Pro support (version 21H2 / Initial Release) started on October 4, 2021, the OS will stop being supported and stop getting updates from Microsoft on October 20, 2023.
Where after that, inevitably users still have to update their system to a newer version, and by updating it to Windows 11 22H2, then of course it will extend the support period of Windows 11 that we use.
From what I discussed above, the conclusion is that in Windows 11 22H2, there are a number of improvements including improvements quality of life, enhancement productivity, function update tasbar, and a number of common issues that have already been fixed.
With that of course this is enough to be the reason why you should upgrade from Windows 11 21H2 to Windows 11 22H2, because after all, I think this OS brings drastic improvements to Windows 11.
When Will Windows 11 22H2 Be Released?
As of now, Windows 11 22H2 or Windows 11 2022 Update is still under testing on the Windows Insider Beta Channel, but it is estimated that Windows 11 22H2 Will Release September 20, 2022 where it’s just a matter of days.
So that’s the reason why we have to upgrade to Windows 11, what do you think? do you have any other opinion? comment below guys.