The Insider Preview version of Windows 11 was released on June 28. The company is busy evaluating feedback from users who have tried the first preview of Windows 11 since this date. In this context, the company is releasing a new update for Windows 11 Insider Preview today as a result of the mentioned evaluations. 22000. The build, called 65, contains a number of beautifications and fixes to make the Windows 11 experience more competent.
In the blog post published by Microsoft, the changes made with the new update and the list of improvements offered to users are as follows;
- Added search box to Start Menu.
- Duty Bar can now be displayed on multiple monitors by enabling it via Settings > Customization > Duty Bar.
- Updated several system alert junction boxes, such as warnings when laptop battery is low or display settings are changed with the new Windows 11 visual design.
- Power Mode settings are now available on the Power & Battery page in the Settings tab.
- Added Refresh option directly when right clicking on desktop without needing to show more options.
- In Document Explorer, a . Added Run with PowerShell option without needing to show more options when right-clicking on the ps1 document.
- Existing spacing systems have been optimized for this stance when using smaller PCs on the vertical side. Thus, there is now an option to stack three applications instead of four.
- Weshineapp, well-known GIF provider in China. com, GIF selections are now available for Windows Insider users in China via the emoji panel (WIN + . ).
- Clicking the sound icon in the taskbar now includes an option to fix sound problems.
The company also lists the fixes introduced with the new update in the same blog post as sub-headings;
- Fixed a remote code execution vulnerability that occurred in the Windows Print Spooler service known as “PrintNightmare”, as documented in CVE-2021-34527.
- Fixed an issue that caused an inability to click the “Show Desktop” button at the far end of the Taskbar with the mouse.
- Fixed an issue where the date and time in the Task Bar did not reflect the preferred format.
- Fixed an issue in the Mission Bar that caused the preview window to not display the entire window when hovering over the Mission View.
- Fixed an issue where pressing ESC or clicking on the desktop could not close the open application preview thumbnails window if the room was set by pressing the WIN + T keys.
- Fixed an issue where after turning a computer to portrait or landscape, application icons were not displaying in the Task Bar even though there was room.
- Fixed an issue resulting in settings not initializing.
- Fixed a noticeable stutter in the animation when closing Quick Settings and Notification Center by clicking the corresponding icons in the Task Bar.
- Fixed the issue where there were no shadows in the Quick Settings and Notification Center windows.
- Fixed an issue where it was not possible to launch Quick Settings by setting the keyboard focus in the Mission Bar and pressing the Enter key.
- Fixed Quick Settings not rendering in real form when removing all settings except volume.
- Fixed an issue that reduced Focus Assist from activating unexpectedly.
- Fixed an issue with the animation on the touch keyboard when resizing in Settings.
- Fixed an issue that caused an unexpected checkbox without text under Face Recognition in Login Options in Settings.
- Fixed the issue where the disconnect button for a work or school account in Account Settings would not work.
- Fixed an issue that caused Lock Screen Settings to toggle without text.
- Fixed an issue where the title of the Advanced Options page under Windows Update in Settings was missing
- Fixed an issue where “Windows Lockdown Options” under Privacy & Security > Search Permissions in Settings would not work.
- Fixed an issue that caused the Open Navigation button to conflict with other text.
- Fixed an issue that caused Settings to crash when applying a theme under Contrasts.
- Fixed an issue that caused parts of Settings to be in English unexpectedly for some non-English languages.
- Fixed an issue that caused applications to be pinned and unpinned from Start, the command bar in Document Explorer to disappear, and additional layouts to appear in an unexpected form until the computer is restarted.
- Fixed an issue where the Document Explorer’s title bar elements could become unreadable due to low contrast.
- Fixed an issue where some icons in the Document Explorer’s context menu might be blurry.
- Fixed the issue where clicking Options would not close the “see more” menu in the Document Explorer command bar.
- Fixed an issue that could result in not being able to create a new folder on the desktop.
- Fixed an issue where Search sometimes had gray boxes instead of app icons.
- Fixed an issue where Search would let go of the first keystroke when pressing the Windows key and starting typing.
- Fixed the issue where the third item in the recent searched list would not load and remained empty when mouse over the Search icon in the taskbar.
- Fixed an issue where searching for Windows Update causes Settings to open but not go to Windows Update settings page.
- Fixed an issue where system text scaling would scale all widgets proportionally, causing them to be clipped.
- Fixed an issue where content was sometimes not announced in true form when using a screen reader/narrator in widgets.
- Fixed the issue where the Money Widget would not show anything at the bottom if resized.
- Fixed a memory leak that was noticed when using one of the C# print samples.
- 0xc0000005 – Fixed an issue that caused an error in faithful mode saying unexpected parameters.
- Explorer when display language is set to Russian or multiple input formulas are enabled. Fixed two issues that caused the exe to start crashing in a loop.
- Fixed an issue where minimizing the fullscreen window and then undoing it could potentially cause a flaw check with win32kfull.
- Fixed an issue that caused some WSL users to get the “Parameter incorrect” error when opening Windows Terminal.
- Fixed an issue that caused blurry windows when using ALT + TAB combination.
- Fixed an issue that caused Korean IME users to flicker in the taskbar when using the ALT + TAB combination.
- Fixed the issue affecting the reliability of displaying the UI when using WIN + Space to change login procedures.
- Fixed an issue affecting voice typing reliability.
- Fixed an issue where the “Crop again after X seconds” options would not work in the Snip & Sketch app.
Microsoft has listed some known issues in its blog post, along with fixes and improvements. To learn about these problems, you can read the blog post here. The company also states that Bug Bash will be running from July 7 to mid-July 14. During the Bug Bash era, the company will publish tasks covering different areas of Windows 11 in the Feedback Hub. By trying these missions and sending feedback, users will be able to help Windows get better.