Below is a brief summary of all the changes to Windows 10 in the "2022 Update" version 22H2 which was released on the 18th October 2022.
This is a very minor update so not many changes to cover, mostly bug fixes and changes relating to enterprise customer, but this is to be expected now as most of Microsoft's efforts are now going into Windows 11.
Like previous major updates to Windows 10 it will be released in waves so not everyone will receive it at the same time, so it may be several weeks/months before your computer automatically updates to this new edition.
N.B. For the first few weeks it will appear as an 'optional' update which you can choose to install via Windows Settings, after a period of testing it will then start to install automatically on all devices.
If you are offered this new version in the first few weeks of release then my advice would be to postpone it for a while to allow for any initial problems to be resolved before you go ahead and upgrade, as with previous releases there were quite a few initial teething issues which caused some major problems to customers who had chosen to upgrade immediately. I will update this page and/or my news page when I am happy it is safe to install.
Because this is such a minor update then for computers which are already reasonably up-to-date e.g. running version 2004, 20H2, 21H1 or 21H2 then the upgrade process to 22H2 will be very quick as it will install in the background just like any other security patch / update.