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    Microsoft: Windows 11 version 23H2 will be based on the 22H2 codebase

    Microsoft has announced the Windows 11 update, version 23H2, which will be based on the 22H2 code. The update will be installed via an activation package, simplifying the upgrade process for users.

    Microsoft has updated the Windows client roadmap with information about the upcoming Windows 11 update, version 23H2. The roadmap helps users and organizations plan ahead for upgrading to new OS versions.

    Activation package to enable Windows 11 features, version 23H2

    As expected, the upcoming Windows 11 version 23H2 will be based on the same codebase as Windows 11 version 22H2. For regular consumers running version 22H2, this means that upgrading to 23H2 will be via a small activation package (eKB) and will be simple, fast and relatively hassle-free. Redmond has been taking this approach since Windows 10, such as when upgrading from 20H2 to 22H2. Since both versions share the same source code, you don’t have to worry about application or device compatibility between versions.

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