Microsoft released Windows 11 for developers last month. Now the company rolled it out to the Windows 11 Beta channel. This new update version is all set to roll out in October this year. As per a blog post, Windows 11 Insider Preview Build version 22000.100 has come with many fixes. The bugs reported in Taskbar have been fixed.
What is New in Windows 11 Beta?
According to Microsoft, some users might not be able to search apps manually from the Taskbar or the Start option. In this specific case, you can use the keyboard shortcut WIN +R in order to launch the Run dialogue box and then close it. Besides that, the fly out of the hidden icons has been updated on the Taskbar’s lower right corner. Moreover, they now have rounded corners that go with Windows 11 aesthetics. Microsoft has, in fact, enabled the testers to access Focus Assist settings directly from the Notification Center. Window 11 will notify users about desktop apps with calming treatments to reduce unwarranted distractions.
The Taskbar’s touch keyboard icon has been adjusted to the same size as other icons. Bugs in the clock, Widgets, Explorer, progress bar, and more have begun receiving patches. However, beta testers will get maximum updates on Dev Channel; choosing features like Chats from Microsoft teams will not be accessible on the beta channel to date. In fact, the tech giant also suggests the testers use the most stabilized Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22000.100. Therefore, the upcoming Windows 11 Beta version will be tested on Release Preview Channel designed for IT professionals and Insiders.
Switching from Dev to Beta needs a complete Operating System reinstall. According to Windows Insider Twitter, it will happen in a short period. Users can also switch to the Beta channel by going to Settings, choosing Windows Update, further Windows Insider Program, and then clicking on Choose your Insider Settings.
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