An anonymous reader shares a report: When ArsTechnica reviewed Windows 11 last fall, one of its biggest concerns was that it would need to wait until the fall of 2022 to see changes or improvements to its new — and sometimes rough — user interface. Nearly a year later, it’s become abundantly clear that Microsoft isn’t holding back changes and new apps for the operating system’s yearly feature update. One notable smattering of additions was released back in February alongside a commitment to “continuous innovation.” Other, smaller updates before and since (not to mention the continuously-updated Microsoft Edge browser) have also emphasized Microsoft’s commitment to putting out new Windows features whenever they’re ready.
There’s been speculation that Microsoft could be planning yet another major shake-up to Windows’ update model, moving away from yearly updates that would be replaced by once-per-quarter feature drops, allegedly called “Moments” internally. These would be punctuated