Windows 11 update version 22H2 will include audio subtitles, tabs for the file explorer, changes to the interface, and more.
In September, Microsoft will release a major update for Windows 11. The new version, which is called 22H2 for now, will be out on the 20th of next month, according to The Verge. It will have important new features that will make the user experience better. Also, some other functions to help people with disabilities and some changes to the interface. In fact, there are a lot of new features, and even though the company hasn’t confirmed them yet, many of them have already been seen in the latest test versions.
The upcoming Windows 11 update will introduce two accessibility improvements. There’s Live Captions. This function allows deaf or hard-of-hearing users to automatically add subtitles to sound-playing material, regardless of app or application. On the other hand, Windows 11 version 22H2 will also let users control the interface by speaking.
The start menu and taskbar will also be better in Windows 11 22H2. Soon, you’ll be able to organize your apps into folders right in the start menu. So, users can put apps and programs in the same group in the same section.
One of the best things about Windows 10 will also be back in Microsoft’s operating system: the ability to drag and drop files or apps to the taskbar. Let’s not forget that this feature was taken away with the first version of Windows 11 and will be brought back with the September update.
Windows 11 will feature user interface upgrades
In Windows 11 version 22H2, in addition to the new features, Microsoft will make some changes to the interface. Devices with touch screens are likely to get new animations and gestures. On the other hand, Task Manager will get a new look and a few new features. The Verge says that there will be a new command bar and a new section that lets users see and control apps and programs that use a lot of resources.
Snap, a feature of Windows 11 that lets you group windows together. It will also be improved in the version that will be out in September. And give us the chance to see the designs or window formats that work with the apps we are using.
Another new thing that will come with this update is the ability to create and switch between tabs in the file explorer. This is expected to happen later. In fact, it’s one of the most-anticipated parts. And it’s that users have to switch between different sections and folders in the same window. If they want to get back to the file they were working on before, they have to hit the “back” button. Or, opening each folder or file in a new window.