Windows 10 update KB5015878

Windows 10 22H2 gets ready for official rollout

Microsoft plans to roll out version 22H2 for Windows 10 as a minor update without new features.

  • Windows 10 may get a version 22H2 update.
  • The update KB5015684 reportedly changes the version number to 22H2.
  • The update doesn’t seem to include any new features.

Although Microsoft hasn’t officially talked about the next version of Windows 10, it appears that version 22H2 is getting ready for the official rollout sometime in the coming months. According to Windows Latest, the optional update KB5015684 available through the Windows Insider Program changes the version of Windows 10 to version 22H2 from 21H2.

However, since the focus is on Windows 11 22H2 and on “Windows 12” arriving in 2024, the update for Windows 10 doesn’t seem to include any noticeable changes or new features. Instead, it appears that version 22H2 will only be a minor update that the company plans to roll out as an enablement package that doesn’t require reinstallation.

Currently, there are no changes announced for update KB5015684. However, it’ll likely focus on improving security and the overall performance. If there are new features, they will probably be new system features or features aimed at business users.

It’s important to note that Windows 10 is expected to reach the end of its life on October 14, 2025, and any update from this time forward is to maintain the operating system and keep it secure. If you want new features, you should upgrade your computer to Windows 11.

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