Everyone knows currently that Microsoft is working on a significant Windows 11 update called Sun Valley 2, and keeping in mind that it's supposed to go live in the second 50% of the year, the software monster has up to this point remained quiet on this exceptionally expected release.
Meanwhile, however, the organization has (more or less) accidentally affirmed the presence of the Sun Valley 2 update in a declaration distributed in the Feedback Hub.
As spotted by Xeno on Twitter, Microsoft discussed the introduction of a new Settings plan in Sun Valley 2, with the organization later removing the update reference when the Internet saw it.
"As a component of SV2 we overhauled a small bunch of Settings pages to guarantee they are updated and predictable with the remainder of the application. Requirements: All SV2 fabricates flighted after March 15th will have these highlights empowered as a matter of course," Microsoft said in the original declaration - SV2 represents Sun Valley 2.
Before Microsoft ships the following significant update for Windows 11, the organization first necessities to finish the rollout of the operating framework itself.
The software monster affirmed back in January that Windows 11 entered the final rollout stage, with the cycle expected to be finished in the main portion of the year.
"The update offer to Windows 11 is entering its final phase of accessibility and is assigned for wide organization for qualified gadgets. Since the send off of Windows 11 in October, we have seen solid demand and inclination for Windows 11 with individuals upgrading their qualified PCs at two times the rate we saw for Windows 10. Based on this pattern, we are advancing the speed of the rollout quicker than we originally reported and entering the final phase of accessibility for Windows 11 in front of our initial arrangement of mid-2022," Microsoft said.