Microsoft makes (problematic) Windows 11 2022 update available to more users

WindowsAt the end of September, Microsoft officially announced the 2022 update for Windows 11: this update, characterized by the acronym 22H2 , brought with it its share of new features, particularly concerning the security of the operating system (here we were talking about it in a exhaustive), but there was no shortage of bugs and issues. Many users, after installing the Windows 11 2022 update, have complained about the most disparate problems: the update has in fact prevented some printers from working properly , slowed down file transfer by up to 40% and limited the frame rate of games. Microsoft also became aware of all these issues and somehow limited, at least initially, the release of the update, with the aim of fixing the most serious problems in the shortest possible way. However, it seems that Microsoft’s developers have managed to limit the damage of the update: with an official note, Microsoft has indeed confirmed that the update is now available for more users and, in especially, for those who manually search for updates from within the operating system settings. Here’s what we read on the company’s website:

We are entering a new phase in the rollout of Windows 11, version 22H2, and increasing its availability to everyone checking for updates on eligible Windows devices. Please note that if we detect that your device may have an issue, such as app incompatibility, we may suspend the availability of the update until the issue is resolved.