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Windows 11 Build 25262 confirms Moment 3 and 4 updates

Since the launch of Windows 11, Microsoft has reportedly adopted a new release schedule. The company plans to release a new version of Windows every three years.

This deadline is actually not recent because it was already used at the time of Windows Vista and Windows 7. However, there is no question of leaving Windows 11 as it is during this period. It is clear that while waiting for the next step, the operating system will develop, improve and enrich itself. This exact task is entrusted to Moment updates and some “feature” updates.

Windows 11, many updates of the moment are planned

In the near term, the next date will be set in 2023 and more specifically during the second half of the year with the release of Windows 11 23H2 based on the current version 22H2. Microsoft uses cumulative updates to deliver new features to production from the DEV Channel.

Windows 11 22H2 aka Windows 11 2022 update has benefited from its first ‘big update’ with the arrival of Moment 1 update. It has brought many new features including support for tabs by file explorer. We know the company has more “in-the-moment” updates planned.

Windows 11 and Moment updates, timeline up to Windows 12

If Moment 2 promised to be a “major” update, Moment 3 and 4 currently present themselves as “smaller” and less feature-rich. In any case, this little scientist will have the task of bringing new features and enriching the operating system with new features.

The latest version of Windows 11, it is Building 25262 Back to

  • Moment 3 -> Test ID – MTestUx14,
  • Moment 4 -> Test ID – MTestUx15.
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If you want to test some upcoming builds first, you need to sign up for the Windows Insider Program. Just be careful in the case of the DEV channel, Windows 11 is not stable enough that it can be used on a PC. Finally, regarding the nature of these upcoming novelties, everything is very vague. Microsoft does not provide any roadmap for the direction in which Windows development is headed.