The reason for this is that Microsoft is once again changing the way the operating system receives updates. Instead of releasing a feature update every year, the company plans to make new versions of Windows available every three years. In between, there will be “moments” updates that will bring new features outside the major releases. As a result of these changes, it appears that the software giant may be planning to scratch out some of the features (such as tabs and redesigned navigation for File Explorer and Suggested actions) from the initial rollout of Windows 11 22H2 to then release them through the cumulative update (moment). Microsoft is expected to begin the slow rollout of Windows 11 22H2 on September 20, 2022. However, the new version may not become available more broadly until October or November, which is also the time when the company may be thinking of pushing the first “moment” update with tabs for File Explorer and other features. While not all the features may roll out initially, the final release of Windows 11 22H2 will include many other features and improvements. For example, the Start menu will get support for folders. The Taskbar will receive drag and support and a new Overflow menu. Snap assist will get a new drag-and-drop interface. Also, Microsoft plans to introduce a new version of Task Manager, Print Queue and Print dialog, features like Voice access, Live captions, and a lot more. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.