Enlarge / A PC running Windows 11. (credit: Microsoft)

Today, Microsoft is beginning to roll out a major batch of new Windows updates, including its Copilot generative AI assistant, wide-ranging improvements for built-in apps, and other user interface tweaks. Normally, updates of this magnitude would only arrive in one of Windows’ big yearly feature updates, but the company said last week that all of these changes would be added to the current revision of Windows 11, version 22H2.

In a blog post released today, Microsoft said that Windows is getting its yearly update later this year but that the Windows 11 2023 Update won’t include new features or fixes. Instead, it’s what Microsoft calls an “enablement package,” essentially an update that will bump up the version number without making any other changes to the underlying code.
Microsoft says that this 23H2 update “will be cumulative with all the newly announced features,”

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