While with Windows 10 we’ve only been getting a couple of big updates over the course of a whole year, with Windows 11 they’ve stepped up, and apparently before summer we’ll have a big new one. update.
In fact, the update Moment 2 it shipped with a redesigned task manager in February of this year, and will be followed by Moment 3, presumably before the summer.
As reported from windowslatestMicrosoft posted a support page for the Moment 2 update where they let slip the presence of Moment 3, which is expected to be released sometime between May and June.
This Moment 3 update to Windows 11 It is still in the testing phase, but some features that will come with it have already been leaked.
Perhaps the most notable, and community-requested, addition is the inclusion of support for seconds in the taskbar clock, a feature originally intended for Moment 2, but reprogrammed for Moment 3.
Another new feature to highlight in the new update for Windows 11 is the “access keys” function in the file explorer, which we can access through the context menu that can be opened with the keyboard, by right-clicking. This menu shows keyboard shortcuts for everyday actions like copy, cut, and paste.
Other minor news that will arrive with Moment 3
There are other minor improvements but they have been highlighted as Microsoft changing the name of “recommended” to “for you” in the start menu.
Also now it will allow us to copy the 2FA codes of the notifications more easily and paste them into the application or browser.
It seems that the live subtitles feature is going to be improved, and when it comes to voice access, it now supports more languages, as well as making it faster and more efficient.