This week, Microsoft as usual released a weekly update for Windows Insider Dev Channel users, where the update that was presented this time was Build 25211. In this build, Microsoft brings quite a lot of improvements to Windows 11, and there is one thing that many users will probably like. , namely the return of Right Click on the Taskbar to open the Task Manager.
Yep, in this build, users can just right-click on the Taskbar to open the Task Manager, just like in the picture above, where as we know, in Windows 11 21H2 and 22H2, this ability is removed and has not been re-presented, even though, this ability is very users need, especially if you are already familiar with versions of Windows 10 and below.
In addition to the presence of these capabilities, there is another capability that Microsoft added in Windows 11 Insider Dev Build 25211, namely Widget Settings which you can access via the Profile Icon in the Widget.
When clicked, the user will be directed to the Widget Settings page.
In addition to these two things, there are a number of improvements that Microsoft has presented, one of which is fixing File Explorer that can’t enter full screen mode (F11), repairing the start menu and others, if you’re curious, here’s the changelog from Windows 11 Build 25211:
New Features and Capabilities
- Right-click the Taskbar to open Task Manager
- Widget Settings via “Me” button
Behavior Changes and Improvements
- Fixed an issue where the top part of File Explorer (with the search and address box) couldn’t be interacted with when File Explorer was in full screen mode (F11).
- For the time being, you will no longer be able to uninstall apps with interdependencies (eg, Steam and gaming apps running on Steam) or repair Win32 apps under Settings > Apps > Installed apps. You will still be able to modify and uninstall Win32 apps without interdependencies.
- We are beginning to roll out a server-side fix for the issue causing a “date, time and time zone settings are incorrect” message to be improperly displayed, which was also preventing the installation of the latest Insider Preview builds from proceeding.
- Fixed the issue where the command bar items like copy, paste, and empty Recycle Bin were unexpectedly not be enabled sometimes when they have been.
- Fixed an issue which was causing unexpected black bars on the sides of horizontal scroll bars when using dark mode.
- When you have Start set to show more pinned items, the animation for opening folders lower on the page will now appear from the right place.
- Fixed a high hitting Shell Experience Host crash in recent Dev Channel builds, impacting Quick Settings launch reliability.
- The gripper for moving the emoji panel and touch keyboard should now update color correctly when you switch between dark and light mode.
- Fixed a memory leak when repeatedly invoking the input switcher.
- Fixed a Settings crash which could happen when changing your mobile hotspot name.
- Updated the examples used in the Short time selection under Time & Language > Language & Region > Regional Format, to make the 12 hour options (vs 24 hour) a little more obvious by showing morning and afternoon times.
- Tweaked the graphs in the Performance page to use a bit more transparency so it’s easier to see the grid lines underneath.
- Made another fix to improve Task Manager reliability.
- Fixed a black flash while might be seen when launching Task Manager in light mode.
- Fixed a few issues where the font color of certain elements wasn’t correct / readable when using a contrast theme.
- Fixed an issue where Narrator would read out the details of the calendar that opens from selecting the date and time from the taskbar when it was collapsed.
- Fixed an issue where explorer.exe was crashing repeatedly in Windows Sandbox for Insiders with the tablet optimized taskbar and updated system tray.
- Fixed an issue which could lead to hangs in certain apps when opening the Open File Dialog.
- Fixed an issue which was making the screen go black for some Insiders when enabling HDR recently.
- Fixed an issue where after using the Open With dialog, the process might stay running even if it wasn’t in use anymore.
- Fixed an issue which was leading to increased CPU usage for WSL2 users on ARM64 PCs even when WSL was idle.
- Fixed an issue where closing the print dialog could lead to an app crash in the last couple flights.
Although there are many improvements that are presented, make no mistake, there are also a number of known issues that Microsoft has announced, including:
- 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.
- [NEW] We’re investigating reports that various UI elements in apps appear to be disappearing and reappearing sometimes in recent builds.
- 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.
- 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.
So, apart from these Known Issues, for you Windows Insider Dev Channel users, especially if you can’t wait to try right-clicking on the Windows 11 taskbar, you just need to update your system to Windows 11 Insider Dev Build 25211, you can go straight in. to Settings > Windows Update > Check for Updates.
So have you tried it? comment below guys.
Via : Microsoft