Microsoft has officially announced that the new Windows 11 update will be available for general use beginning March 14th. This update, also known as the Windows 11 23H2, should be generally available this fall. While this new update doesn’t include any major changes, there are plenty of exciting new features to look forward to.
Along with the release of Windows 11, Microsoft is introducing a series of “Moments” to help deliver new features and updates to users. One of the first of these updates is set to roll out in March. Among the features included in this update are new shortcuts to AI-powered Bing Chat, a tabbed Notepad, Phone Link for iOS, and improved tools to save money on power bills.
The upcoming March update won’t be the only Windows 11 update this year. Microsoft also plans to release a major feature update in the second half of the year, in what is known as the Windows 12 23H2 release. This feature update should contain both under-the-hood improvements, as well as larger changes that are expected to be brought in with the Windows 12 release. Although an official date for the Windows 12 release hasn’t been disclosed, it’s anticipated to arrive in 2024.
These two updates will bring a range of much-needed changes to the Windows 11 platform. Keep your eyes peeled for the March update in just a few days, with the larger updates later this year. Have you been looking forward to the Windows 11 update? Let us know in the comments!