Given the "features" they have added
Bug fixes and security patches is all I want.
Microsoft is rolling out the only feature updates this year for Windows 10, with the IT giant describing it as a "scoped and streamlined" effort with a strong focus on security. The Windows 10 version 22H2 updates – the 13th feature update of the venerable operating system – came the same day Microsoft announced the …
Having installed the Windows 10 22H2 Update, it seems Windows 10 22H2 isn't even getting the new tabbed file explorer.
Unless this is coming as a new monthly 'moment' update (hate the name). That just doesn't make sense in terms of supporting users across the Windows ecosystem, going forward. I suppose it would mean removing the delete option from the menu, to match Windows 11 22H2.
(It's difficult to tell because all the references I can find for the new tabbed file explorer, are articles regarding Windows 11 22H2).
It could be argued that the most pleasant time to use a Microsoft OS is at this phase of its lifecycle, when the focus of their toddlers-on-amphetamines designers has shifted to the next new shiny thing, and the OS is just getting security updates as it coasts towards enforced EOL.
"The Windows 10 version 22H2 updates – the 13th feature update of the venerable operating system – came the same day Microsoft announced the availability of new features for Windows 11 that were outlined when version 22H2 of the OS was unveiled last month."
I read that as vulnerable operating system.
Except for e-mail with Godaddy emails now switched to Microsoft's Office365 mail servers. This last patch Tuesday broke e-mails for my company unless you use a newer copy of Outlook. I prefer Thunderbird e-mail client, but it won't talk to the new Office365 servers after patch Tuesday.