This week, Windows Insider Dev Channel users get a new update according to the weekly schedule from Microsoft, where the update build that is presented this time is build 25201, of course there are a number of fixes and improvements that are presented.
Let’s discuss the upgrades first, the first, the improvements that are presented are Expanded Views in Widgets, Where Widgets can now be enlarged to the size of the user’s screen.
Now as in the picture above, you can adjust the appearance of the Widget by using the button expanded / collapse at the top right of the widget.
With this feature, users can see more widget in its Windows 11 screen, and of course this is a cool improvement for those of you who do use Widgets in Windows 11.
Apart from upgrading Expanded Views in Widgetsthere is an increase Game Pass Widgets are also tablets, where now, the widget can display a number of game pass information without having to first login to the Xbox Profile with a note that you have logged into your XBox account on the Xbox application on your PC.
In addition to this widget, there will be a number of recens played games yan will appear there, where it will be easier for users to continue their gaming session.
However, this upgrade to the Game Pass Widget is only made available to a small number of Insiders, so you may not get this feature yet.
Well besides the two things above, there are many improvements to Windows 11 Insider Build 25201, such as improvements to the Windows 11 Insider Build file explorer which now the search results will be displayed without having to press the enter key, and improvements to notifications banner which sometimes doesn’t appear in widget boards.
For more details, you can see the following changelog:
- File Explorer search will now show results as you type. The full search results page will update live without needing to press enter. We are beginning to roll this out, so the experience isn’t available to all Insiders just yet.
- We’re experimenting with adding more cloud files to search results from Home.
- Fixed the issue in the last few flights causing a bugcheck when moving your mouse in certain games.
- As a one-time change to help people find their folders with the navigation pane updates, if the default folders pinned to File Explorer’s navigation pane had been unpinned, they will be re-pinned after upgrading.
- Fixed a memory leak which was happening when closing File Explorer windows.
- The apps in the taskbar overflow flyout should now be in the correct order when using an Arabic or Hebrew display language.
- Fixed an issue where if you hadn’t already opened OneNote once, using the pen click to invoke OneNote wouldn’t work.
- Made a change to help address an issue where it wasn’t possible to use the Pinyin IME to type in the chat box of certain games.
- Fixed an issue which was causing sporadic Settings app crashes.
- Removed an erroneous white pixel in the icon animation when clicking the Apps category in Settings.
- We have fixed the issue where in some cases, the notification banner for some badging would not appear in the widgets board.
- Fixed an issue where explorer.exe was crashing if you dragged a snap group in Task View and dropped it into another Desktop.
- Fixed an issue related to interacting with the Desktops flyout in the taskbar which was causing periodic explorer.exe crashes.
- Fixed a DWM crash in the last few flights which could lead to a brief black screen when rotating a tablet.
- Fixed a rare issue which could cause a DWM crash when watching videos in certain UWP apps in recent builds.
- Fixed an issue impacting Task Manager reliability.
- Fixed an issue causing some Insiders to unexpectedly get the message “it is not possible to connect to this network” when connecting to certain Wi-Fi networks recently, although the network was working with other devices.
- Fixed an issue which could lead to Windows Sandbox opening to just a black window on certain PCs.
Meanwhile, for Known Issues, of course there are:
- We’re looking into reports that audio stopped working for some Insiders after upgrading to the latest flights.
- We’re investigating reports of a few different apps having started crashing in recent builds.
- We’re investigating reports that some Insiders are seeing OneDrive setup asking for permission to set up every time their PC reboots.
- We’re working on the fix for an issue where command bar items like copy, paste, and empty recycle bin may unexpectedly not be enabled when they should be.
- We’re investigating some issues where uninstalling certain apps using Settings > Apps > Installed apps isn’t working correctly.
- The taskbar sometimes flashes when transitioning between desktop posture and tablet posture.
- The taskbar takes longer than expected to transition to the touch-optimized version when switching between desktop posture and tablet posture.
- Using the left or right edge gestures can result in the Widgets or Notification Center (respectively) to overlap with or look truncated by the taskbar.
- When using the bottom right edge gesture to see Quick Settings, the taskbar sometimes stays stuck in the expanded state, instead of dismissing to collapsed state.
- When there are no running windows on the desktop, the taskbar can sometimes collapse, when it should be expanded.
- [NEW] In right-to-left display languages like Arabic, content animations out of view before the widgets board resizes when clicking to expanded view of the widgets board.
- Notification badge number may appear misaligned on the taskbar.
Well, how about an interesting update, isn’t it?, so for you Windows 11 Insider Dev Previews users, it’s a good idea to download this update right away, guys.
You can just scroll to the page Settings > Windows Update > Check for Updates.
Via : Microsoft
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