In addition to releasing update KB5018496 for Windows Insider Release Preview users, Microsoft also released a new update for Windows 11 Insider Dev Channel users, where this update is a new build with number 25227.

Yep, after last week Microsoft didn’t bring an update for the Dev Channel, and the rumors that there is something surprising this week in Windows 11, let’s see, is there anything interesting new in this update?

Regarding this, quoted from page official Microsoft, unfortunately guys, there is nothing interesting in my opinion in Windows 11 Insider build 25227, because there are no new features presented.

However, even so there are a number of changes that are quite interesting for us to discuss at this time, one of which is a change in position header in the Widget Board, just like in the image below.

As in the picture above, in this build the user can change the position header Widget Board from the top to the side. Apart from these changes, the Microsoft Store has also been updated, which will be there soon Pop-up trailer for Games and Movies.

For improvements, of course there are very many improvements presented in this build, especially last week we didn’t get any updates for the Windows Insider Dev Channel, and for those of you who are curious, here is the changelog from Windows 11 Insider Build 25227

  • We are trying out a small change to the Start menu where some Insiders will see badging on their user profile notifying them that certain actions need to be taken.
  • We’re trying out some different positions of the header with new icons for the Widgets board to learn how to best optimize the Widgets board for our users. By using monoline icons, our goal is to bring consistent, clean, and accessible icons to communicate action and features with simple visuals for users.
  • The change to support the use of clipboard history (WIN + V) on password fields that began rolling out with Build 25206 is now available to all Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel.
  • We made a change to allow you to contribute your voice clips to Microsoft again even if on-device speech recognition is used.
  • The change to support the use of clipboard history (WIN + V) on password fields that began rolling out with Build 25206 is now available to all Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel.
  • We made a change to allow you to contribute your voice clips to Microsoft again even if on-device speech recognition is used.
  • A new dialog will warn users of potential data loss if they elect to change the partition style of their storage drive under System > Storage > Disks & Volumes > Disk Properties.
  • We’ve updated the ethernet and Wi-Fi property pages in Settings to now show gateway information in the network details summary.
  • A new dialog will warn users of potential data loss if they elect to change the partition style of their storage drive under System > Storage > Disks & Volumes > Disk Properties.
  • We’ve updated the ethernet and Wi-Fi property pages in Settings to now show gateway information in the network details summary.
  • Fixed an issue that was causing explorer.exe to crash while switching between apps on the tablet-optimized taskbar.
  • Start’s touch gesture should now follow your finger correctly with the tablet-optimized taskbar.
  • Improved how touch gestures and their animations with the tablet-optimized taskbar work with the touch keyboard.
  • You can now swipe up from within the taskbar with a pen to expand the tablet-optimized taskbar.
  • Fixed an issue causing explorer.exe to crash when dragging icons in the system tray.
  • Right-clicking system tray icons should no longer cause the auto-hidden taskbar to hide incorrectly.
  • The show hidden icons panel in the system tray should no longer block context menus opened after it.
  • Fixed an issue where the first time you tried to open Quick Settings from the system tray it wouldn’t work.
  • Fixed an issue that was preventing system tray icons from updating in real time.
  • When you scroll to the bottom of the navigation pane using a mouse wheel and try to scroll back up it should no longer get stuck at the bottom.
  • Fixed an issue which could cause certain apps to hang when opening the Open File Dialog or Save File Dialog.
  • Made another fix for a case which could lead to people seeing divider lines overlapping entries in the navigation pane.
  • Fixed an issue where dragging content across an open Start menu folder could cause a crash.
  • Made a fix to help address an issue where Search might not respond when clicking on the search icon in the taskbar.
  • Opening images from search should no longer unexpectedly open them in Print.
  • Fixed an issue where over time you might lose the ability to interact with certain games using the mouse.
  • Fixed an issue where the multiplication sign (×, U+00D7) wasn’t displaying correctly in the Yu Gothic font family for people with high resolution screens.
  • The size of UWP app icons under Apps > Startup shouldn’t be so small now.
  • Dragging Task Manager from the bottom area of ​​the title bar to move the window should work now.
  • Fixed a couple issues causing certain apps to crash in recent builds, including OneNote. We are continuing to investigate feedback in this space.
  • Made a change to address an issue which could lead to performance degradation when using performance monitoring tools which leveraged the Microsoft-Windows-DxgKrnl ETW provider. This also impacted performance for Windows Mixed Reality. As a reminder, if you’re experiencing performance issues, please see here for steps on filing actionable performance feedback.
  • Fixed an issue where recording devices with “Listen to this device” enabled might not show in the volume mixer when they were playing sound.
  • If you reset your PC, the screen displayed while it’s resetting will now be black so it’s consistent with the upgrade screens.
  • If you were experiencing Gaming Services crashes while trying to play certain games in the previous Dev Channel flight, please check the Microsoft Store for Gaming Servicing updates, it should be resolved now.
  • Fixed an issue which was causing certain PCs to unexpectedly bugcheck on upgrade to the latest builds, with the error message saying “MULTIPROCESSOR_CONFIGURATION_NOT_SUPPORTED”.
  • Fixed an issue from the previous flight which could cause Miracast to unexpectedly not be able to connect.

In addition to bringing a lot of fixes as listed in the list above, Microsoft also explained that this update is intended to improve update management so that Windows 11 will be even better in the future.

“Ensuring consistent and predictable timing of restarts for Windows updates is a key part of a successful update strategy” said Microsoft.

Now go ahead, for you Windows 11 Insider Dev Channel users, you can just download this build via the page Settings > Windows Update > Check for updates, then please download Windows 11 Insider Build 25227 which is available there.

Via : Microsoft



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