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Microsoft is reportedly preparing three feature updates for Windows 11 in 2023

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In 2022, Microsoft provided two sets of features for its latest operating system. The first, version 22H2 or the “Update 2022,” came in September, and the second, the so-called “Moment 1”, landed a month later. With Microsoft unwilling to explain its confusing update policy, it’s easy for Windows fans to feel a little lost. However, a recent report from Windows Central Trying to clarify the situation and provide a glimpse of Windows 11 updates scheduled to arrive in 2023.

According to Windows Central’s Zac Bowden, the next feature drop for Windows 11 should arrive in February or March 2023. We already know what features “moment 2” will bring (including a bunch of controversial changes). Moreover, some of these features are already available in the stable version of Windows 11 22H2.

The “Moment 2” update will bring the resurrected tablet mode, a much improved notification area (system tray), improvements for Windows Search, a better task manager, a new energy efficiency management page, full-screen widgets, and more. All these changes will continue Microsoft’s efforts to deal with major criticism from users and make Windows 11 more modern and aesthetic.

Speaking of being more modern, expect the first feature update of 2023 to deliver a bunch of redesigns for some old dialogs from the Windows 8 era. The Windows 11 preview build already includes new eye candy for the date/time picker, rename this computer, Reset the Windows Firewall and return to the previous user interface.

As for the “Moment 3” update, users can expect it sometime in the middle of the year, as reported a few weeks ago. The release is expected to arrive in May or June 2023. We don’t know what features to expect, but rumors say that Microsoft will continue to improve Windows Search, in addition to providing a series of updates for dual-screen devices. The software giant also needs to replace the stock Mail and Calendar apps with the new web-based Outlook client.

Finally, “Moment 4” should be released in September or October 2024. The report says that “Moment 4” update could be Windows 11 23H2. Unlike Windows 11 22H2 and its extensive list of new features, Windows 11 23H2 will be a smaller release with a slightly less impressive set of new capabilities.

In conclusion, here is what Microsoft seemingly What’s in store for Windows 11 in 2023:

  • Windows 11 22H2 “Moment 2” in February or May 2023
  • Windows 11 22H2 “Moment 3” in May or June 2023
  • Windows 11 “23H2” or “Torment 4” in September or October 2023

As usual, keep in mind that the report is unconfirmed, so take it with a grain of salt.

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