As it turns out, our guesstimation was probably pretty spot on, as there are now multiple reports alleging that Microsoft is going to be making Windows 11 22H2 (codenamed Sun Valley 2 or SV2) public on the 20th of September. It will be apparently be served via the Windows Update option in the Settings.
For those on Windows 11 21H2, which is the original release, it should be a seamless upgrade process as the system requirements haven’t changed.
I guess this Windows version gobbledygook means something to someone, but I lost track a long time ago.
I’ve never used Windows versions beyond 7 but it looks like they’re on something similar to “Ubuntu 22.04” except replace the “Ubuntu” with “Windows 11”.
I suspect “22H2” means “second half of 2022”.
The Windows Versioning is pretty elementary, so I am not sure what’s so difficult to understand. 22H2 (22 = 2022) (H2 = Second Half of the year). My 10 year old gets it