Microsoft has accidentally leaked that Windows 10 22H2 is on its way by including an enablement package in the latest Windows 10 KB5014666 preview update available to Insiders on the Release channel.
While Microsoft has always said that Windows 10 would continue to be supported through October 14, 2025, there has been no official announcement from Microsoft regarding the next version of the operating system.
Today, Microsoft has released the Windows 10 KB5014666 cumulative update preview to Windows Insiders on the Release channel, allowing them to test upcoming fixes before they are previewed by the larger Windows 10 user base next week.
According to Windows Latest, the latest Insider preview update includes an enablement package that allows you to “turn on” Windows 10 22H2 in the latest Windows 10 build with KB5014666 installed.
An enablement package acts as a “master switch” that enables dormant features already present in Windows 10 21H1 and upgrades the Windows version and build number.
Neowin, who also spotted the leak, provided additional instructions on enabling the package, which can be entered in a Windows 10 elevated command prompt.