In accordance with Microsoft’s weekly schedule for Windows Insider Dev Channel users, this week a new update is rolling out, of which the Builds shipped are Build 25197 which of course brings a number of improvements to Windows 11.
The increase, including the presence of tablet-optimized taskbar which yesterday was brought back to Windows 11 Insider Dev Build 25193but now starting to roll out to more Insiders, coming icon animation on the Settings page which has now begun to be rolled out to all Insider Dev Channels, and there is an increase in input key repeat rate for keyboards.
In addition to these improvements, there are also a number of fixes that Microsoft brings to Build 25193, which include:
- The taskbar should no longer flash because of changes in the system tray in non-tablet-optimized scenarios.
- Fixed an issue that was causing parts of the taskbar or its icons like search to get stuck in the wrong theme’s colors when switching between light and dark themes.
- Date and time should no longer get stuck cutting off on the side of the screen from system tray changes.
- Fixed a crash that users were seeing when using Start’s recommended section.
- Fixed an issue leading to a small set of Insiders with “launch folder windows in a separate process” not being able to launch File Explorer in the last two flights due to an explorer.exe crash.
- Did some work to help improve the performance of deleting files via File Explorer (when emptying the recycle bin or using Shift + Delete) in the case where there are a large number of files being deleted at once.
- Fixed an issue causing ctfmon.exe crashes for some Insiders in recent flights when words were added to your spelling dictionary.
- Dragging the voice typing window to another monitor which has a different scaling than the originating monitor should work now instead of bouncing back.
- Fixed a sporadic crash in recent builds when using the input switcher.
- Fixed an issue which could lead to voice typing and other input features hanging on initialization.
- Fixed an issue with displaying certain Sinhala words, where they were unexpectedly overlapping.
- Updated the design of the lists displayed Apps > Startup Apps and Apps > Advanced App Settings > App Execution Alias pages to be more consistent with other Settings pages.
- Fixed an issue which could lead to Settings crashing when removing devices.
- Updated the Personal Dictionary section under Privacy & Security > Inking & Typing Personalization to now say “Custom word list”.
- Fixed an issue which was making the weather icon in the taskbar draw too high and with no text in recent flights.
- Clicking the title bar portion of a preview thumbnail in Task View should now actually switch to that app, instead of just closing Task View.
- Fixed a sporadic explorer.exe crash which could happen when using ALT + Tab or Task View.
- Fixed an issue impacting Task Manager reliability.
- If graphs have been hidden on the Performance page, the circles used to identify each of the different sections should be less blurry now.
- Fixed an issue which could lead to hangs in certain apps when trying to print if an IPP printer took too long to respond to the print request.
- Fixed an issue where EnumPrinters wasn’t always returning the correct size for pcbNeeded, which could lead to hangs in certain programs.
- Fixed a typo in the dialog displayed when Smart App Control blocked an app.
- Fixed an issue where certain characters were missing in the boot environment when using the Chinese (Simplified) or Korean display languages, leading to square boxes in the text.
Well, there are quite a few, right?, for you Windows Insider Dev Channel users, you can just go to Settings > Windows Update, then please click Check For Update and download Windows 11 Insider Build 25193.
Via : Microsoft
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