It is currently only available to members of the Release Preview branch of the Windows Insider program. Here the update will be in the coming months, after which it will be available to everyone as part of a stable release.
One of the key features of the update is the new folders in the Start menu. The company also added fresh touch gestures and the ability to drag the taskbar.
Note that it is not necessary to wait for the release of Windows 11 22H2. You can try out the update right now – you just need to become a member of the Windows Insider Program. You can do this by clicking on the link.
If we talk about the launch of the update “for everyone”, then this should happen a little later in 2022. Approximately in September.