The problem cropped up after Microsoft rolled out an update last month to plug an activation loophole
Some of the new features started rolling out back in September
The problem might be related to MSI motherboards
Caused by high polling rate mice
Update Windows like it's the 90s
In a nutshell: Retro computing enthusiasts recently launched a new site that restores update functionality to classic versions of Microsoft Windows operating systems, allowing users to update dated OSes like they used to back in the day from the Windows Update website.
22H2 is the final version of Windows 10, support ends October 2025
Bottom line: Windows 10 hasn't received significant new features in a while since Microsoft pivoted to Windows 11, but the company has now confirmed it ceased developing major updates for the older operating system. The shift comes despite Windows 11's struggles to overtake its predecessor in user adoption.
Other taskbar customization features revealed, latest insider build resurrects network diagnosis
A quicker way to stop that unruly application
InControl is a small application that allows you to set your current version of Windows in stone, installing only monthly security updates and avoiding Windows automatic updates until you decide.
Would you really expect anything else?
A new way to view your photos could be on the horizon
The update should reappear in Windows Update over the next few days
Microsoft confirms Windows 11 22H2 update is killing game performance, pauses rollout for affected devices
The company is working on a fix
How to activate it on private systems and professional networks
It wouldn't be a Windows update without unexpected issues
In a nutshell: Microsoft has started rolling out the Windows 11 2022 update, also known as the 22H2 update, in over 190 countries. It introduces several upgrades and new features to the company's most recent operating system, including an updated Start menu, better search, and a revamped File Explorer. Microsoft is also adding improved security and gaming-focused tools to the OS.
A new way to add more features to Windows
A redesigned Task Manager, Start Menu changes, touch improvements, and more
First Windows 11 feature update brings Android app support, redesigned Notepad and Media Player apps
Major OS update sees the return of the weather widget, among other Taskbar and usability improvements
The reason a device is not "fully up to date"
Microsoft, Microsoft never changes...
In case you thought otherwise
Best be quick if you want to roll back the upgrade