By Dervish / Last update December 29, 2021

According to the latest Windows report, the next feature update of Windows 11 is not expected to appear until October 2022, but improvements will slowly begin to appear in the preview version. Microsoft is currently cultivating some new highlights and (UI) changes for the operating system, including another voice control job.

Microsoft pointed out in a withdrawn support document that the Windows 11 22H2 version will be the next major update of the operating system and there will be no 22H1 version.

Windows 11 22H2 is viewed as a feature of the Nickel advancement branch, and it will bring back capacities, for example, intuitive in the taskbar. It is expected that this update will also add new personalization options to the settings application, as well as new voice control tools.

Voice control

Microsoft is experimenting with a new voice control tool called "Voice Control" to help people control their desktops. This component is intended to assist clients with portability disabilities, permitting them to utilize voice to control their work area, open records, select text, double tap, right-click, etc.

As you can see in the screenshot, you can view the test voice control highlights of Windows 11 by entering the availability settings.


Voice control requires a voice model, and when you empower this element, it will be downloaded from the Microsoft Store. After the download is complete, just select the mouthpiece you decide, and it will be used for voice control.

Assuming that you follow these means effectively, you can begin utilizing your voice to control the PC with only a single tick.

Voice control is in the early stages of development, but it already supports all basic functions, including commands to open or switch applications. You can also use voice to do more.

Voice control is provided by Microsoft’s existing device voice recognition, and currently only supports English and American languages. To use voice control, you also need to change the gadget’s presentation language to English-United States.

Microsoft has confirmed that it maintains the Windows voice commands that accompany:

Open [application name]. For example, you need to say "Open Edge" or "Open Word" to open the application. Or you can open the link by "click to start" and "click to cancel". Other supported commands include "right-click to start" and "double-click the recycle bin." "Scroll down" or "Start scrolling down", "Press Escape", "Hold Shift", etc.

Faster input method switcher

Windows 11 is outfitted with another information technique switcher (a spring-up menu that permits you to switch between language packs introduced on the gadget).

Microsoft is modifying the underlying platform behind the input method switcher to improve overall performance and help people easily switch between multiple keyboard languages ​​and layouts.

In addition, the information strategy switcher currently supports the smooth plan of Windows 11 (acrylic base material).

The emoji panel is getting new features

Windows has recently updated some new Fluent emoticons, and Microsoft is now trying to diversify the emoji collection by adding other new elements.


You can share emojis based on the skin tone of family members. As you can see in the screenshot, emojis can now be personalized, such as lovers, kisses, holding hands, etc.

Other improvements in the preview update:

The context menu of File Explorer now supports other top-level buttons.

Support desktop Spotlight focus wallpaper.

Weather widget on the taskbar.

Thanks to the new API, video encoding in third-party applications (such as Adobe or Filmora) is better.