Windows 11 is going to be a year old in July 2022 and Microsoft will be giving users an anniversary present – a new feature update with a long list of much-needed improvements. The update is apparently codenamed “Sun Valley 2” internally and it is going to be similar to the anniversary update for Windows 10.
Sun Valley 2 or version 22H2 would be a version of Windows 11 with some important improvements to make it faster, smoother and more modern, and to integrate WinUI more closely with the rest of the operating system. For example, a new Windows Run with dark mode could show up in this release. We’re also expecting new native apps.
Considering Windows 11’s modern desktop context menu has its own classic Win32 context menu, I think they still got some work to do.
More or less the number gets bumped to sell “new” and more expensive licenses. The rest has been in status quo position for a decade or more now.
Microsoft’s fun and games with Windows as well as the monopoly and human rights issues was enough to begin weakening my continuing using Windows and Windows 11 obsoleting my hardware for no good reason was the last straw. Since making the switch Linux Mint Cinnamon was a good plan B and is working out well so far.
Windows and Microsoft are now this odd foreign American thing. Like, an old relationship which leaves you wondering what were you thinking. Once you wise up the smooth words in the round-robin list of bullet points in the corporate pitch stand out like the crass tricks of a player.
I thought context menus of context menus was exclusive to KDE.