Microsoft is improving the Windows 11 update process

Windows 11 users can get their updates constantly and automatically from Windows Update, but it appears Microsoft is testing how to improve this system for the future.

With the arrival of the new version of Windows 11 22H2, Microsoft has confirmed that it is also improving the Windows update system, making it more stable and robust, while also preventing possible errors that could occur in the process.

According to the company, one of the first changes lies in the size of the updates themselves, which should now be significantly smaller. This allows users to download updates faster, but also reduces data consumption. Additionally, by focusing only on essential components, users postpone updates that are less likely to fail.

Another novelty is focused on improving Microsoft’s carbon footprint, where the operating system now identifies the best time to install updates, in order to be as efficient as possible. With this, Windows begins installing updates at the time that is most appropriate for “clean energy” usage.

All these new features are found on Windows 11 22H2. This update from Microsoft is made available to all users who are considered “finders”, that is, those who manually search for updates through Settings.

If you haven’t received it, try searching for Windows Update several times.

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