This week, according to the schedule that Microsoft has set, they are releasing a new update for Windows 11 Insider Dev Channel users, for both Build 22621 and 22623 users. The update presented this time is update KB5023008, where after users install this update, Build OS will changes to 22621.1250 or 22623.1250.

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Now apart from changing the build number of the operating system, of course there are a number of improvements that are presented, including fixes bugs annoying where if in the previous build we type the letter “F” in the Search box in the Task Manager, for some reason it doesn’t work and doesn’t display anything.

Apart from that, there are also a number of other improvements including fixes search box on the Taskbar which sometimes suddenly disappears and is not clear, and other improvements, for more details you can see the following changelog:

For Builds 22621 and 22623

  • We are adding a new policy for IT administrators to manage how the search box on the taskbar appears in their organizations. See this blog post for details.

Build 22623 only

[Bug di Task Manager]

  • Typing F in the search box should work again now.
  • Fixed an issue where the Narrator wasn’t reading out some of the text in dialogs.
  • Dragging the window using the search box area should work now (like other areas of the title bar).
  • If you do a search and then press the down arrow, the keyboard focus should now move from the search box to the results.
  • Fixed an issue where ending processes in the Details tab wasn’t showing a confirmation dialog.
  • Increasing the text scaling should no longer result in a “see more” button appearing with no contents.
  • Fixed an issue where focus might not get set properly to search, leading to Narrator not saying that focus was on the search box.
  • If you have a contrast theme enabled and select one of the rows in the Processes page, that row should now show that it’s selected.

[Bug di Taskbar]

  • Fixed an issue where the search box would randomly disappear sometimes when you clicked it (leaving a blank space on the taskbar).
  • Fixed an issue where the search box was shifting to the side slightly when you clicked it.
  • If you have the taskbar set to auto-hide and press the Windows key and start typing, the taskbar should no longer hide unexpectedly.

Now with this, for you Windows 11 Insider Beta users, the update should have been downloaded automatically, where you just have to install and restart your device, but if not, you can just slide to the page Settings > Windows Update > Check for updates.

via: Microsoft


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