Microsoft has announced the release of a new feature update for Windows 10 called 2022 Update (version 22H2). As with previous updates, 22H2 is more of a cumulative update for Windows 10 version 2004. Unfortunately, there is still no information about changes and innovations.
Windows 10 2022 Update will be distributed using Servicing Technology. All changes are already present in the November 2021 Update, but are in a disabled state. The released update only activates these changes, so the whole process should take a matter of minutes, and the likelihood of any critical problems is extremely small.
It is worth noting that the maintenance technology will only apply to May 2020 Update, October 2020 Update, May 2021 Update, and November 2021 Update users. If you upgrade from earlier versions of Windows 10, the process is exactly the same as installing a full functional update.
Windows 10 2022 Update (version 22H2) will not install automatically. Instead, you will see a message in Windows Update that a new version of the system is available, but you can decide whether to install it yourself. If after checking for updates, the corresponding message does not appear, then the update is probably blocked for you due to compatibility issues. The update will become available when Microsoft fixes the issue you may be experiencing on your device and releases the lock.