Solved Is there any difference between Beta and Release Preview Channels any more?


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No - with annual updates H1 or H2 is now redundant. It should just be 22, 23 etc.
OK ... then why does the Dev build still refer to 22H2, if the 22Hx designations are no longer relevant?

Seems like MS says one thing, but then does something else.
 

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OK ... then why does the Dev build still refer to 22H2, if the 22Hx designations are no longer relevant?

Seems like MS says one thing, but then does something else.
I am just making an observation that as W11 updates are annual, the Hx designation is meaningless anymore. Back in W10 with 6 monthly new builds, H1 meant it was in 1st half of year, H2 in second half. All H2 can be construed as meaning is there will not be an H1 upgrades any more.

They call it H2 I guess, so we still expect an update in 2nd half but no real precision as to when in that period.
 

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