Shortly after the feature update became available, Microsoft acknowledged that a bug in its system caused version 22H2 to become available on unsupported devices running Windows 10. Windows 11 build 25136 has begun to roll out in the Dev Channel with an updated version of File Explorer that includes support for tabs and introduces redesigned navigation and dynamic widget content for the Taskbar. We also discussed whether you should upgrade to Windows 11 22H2 or wait a little longer.

Tech tips roundup

This week, you also learned several tips to get the most out of Windows, including the steps to enable support for tabs and redesigned navigation pane for File Explorer. We looked into the steps to download the Windows 11 21H2 ISO file after version 22H2 becomes available later this year. You now know the steps to uninstall version 22H2 and roll back to Windows 11 21H2 when the system won’t boot correctly. In preparation for the release of version 22H2, we looked into the different ways to upgrade your current installation using the ISO file, Windows Update, Installation Assistant, and the Windows Insider Program. Furthermore, you now know the steps to change the theme for text input (such as touch keyboard, voice typing, and emoji panel) and download the version 22H2 installation files through the Media Creation Tool. If you have a computer with unsupported hardware, you can use these instructions to perform a clean installation of Windows 11. On Windows 11, you now know the steps to change the camera settings and enable TPM and Secure Boot in the UEFI to upgrade the system to Windows 11. If you are still on Windows 10, we looked into the steps to install unsigned apps, set the default distro on WSL, sync the clock manually and uninstall drivers from the recovery environment. 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.