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- Windows 11 is constantly improving and receiving useful updates.
- Apparently, the upcoming Moment 3 update will come later in 2023.
- The release will coincide with the one for version Windows 11 23H3.
As we are sure you know by now, back in November 2022, Microsoft started enabling its upcoming Windows 11 Moment 3 update for the first time.
Back then, users found traces of the upcoming feature update in Dev Channel builds. Yes, it was also around this same time that Microsoft moved into the Zinc development semester.
We have some information for you today that we’re pretty sure you are going to like, especially if you are a Windows 11 aficionado.
Windows 11 Moment 3 update coming later in 2023
We know that you want to know more, so know that internal test IDs revealed that the Redmond giant had begun enabling Moment 3, and even Moment 4, features in the Dev channel.
Until now, anything and everything around Moment 3 revolved around the Dev Channel. That being said, things are now starting to spill over to the Beta Channel as well, indicating that future Moment 3 features are now moving in slightly closer to the general availability.
Users started posting about this on Twitter after noticing mentions of future Beta channel builds 23141 and 23145 in the recent Beta channel releases.
Tech-savvy users now speculate that the new build numbers are indicative of Windows 11 Moment 3 and that the mentions were found in the Microsoft Symbol Server.
The talk now is that this might actually be hinting at the ongoing debugging and development efforts by the company.
This makes a lot more sense as earlier reports had suggested that Windows 11 22H2 Moment 3 could be out in May this year.
Now, further reports suggest it will be followed by Moment 4 later in the year when Windows 11 version 23H2 will be released.
Please keep in mind that it is important to understand that this is only speculation for now until we get official confirmation from Microsoft.
With no exact release date, all that’s left to do now is wait for Microsoft to reveal more information. Leave a comment below informing us about your feelings on the topic.