Windows 11 Build 22000.2121 Released to Release Preview Channel

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Microsoft has released Windows 11 22000.2121 to the Release Channel. This update includes improvements to Microsoft Defender for Endpoint, Chinese fonts, the Microsoft Pinyin Input Method Editor, Default Terminal settings, Narrator, Microsoft push notifications, the on-screen keyboard, .msi files, registry settings, the Desktop Window Manager, msftconnecttext.net, the Spooler service, Network Protector for BitLocker, atib.sysdriver, TextInputHost.exe, Azure Virtual Desktop, and Windows 365 users.

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Microsoft has released Windows 11 Build 22000.2121 to Insiders in the Release Preview Channel. This update brings many new features and improvements to Microsoft Defender for Endpoint, simplified Chinese fonts and the Microsoft Pinyin Input Method Editor, Default Terminal settings, Narrator, Microsoft Intune push notifications, the on-screen keyboard, and more.

New Features and Improvements

This update adds many new features and improvements to Microsoft Defender for Endpoint. For more information, see Microsoft Defender for Endpoint. Additionally, this update improves several simplified Chinese fonts and the Microsoft Pinyin Input Method Editor (IME) to support GB18030-2022. You can enter and display characters from conformance level 1 or 2 the additions to Microsoft Yahei, Simsun, and Dengxian. This update now supports Unicode Extensions E and F in the Simsun Ext-B font. This meets the requirements for level 3.

Bug Fixes

This update addresses several issues, including one that affects Narrator and stops it from retaining scan mode when you switch between browsers, one that affects that have less than 3.5 GB of RAM and stops them from getting Microsoft Intune push notifications, one that affects the on-screen keyboard and stops it from opening after you lock the machine, and more.

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This update addresses an issue that affects Narrator. It reads the wrong state when you cancel the selection of an option button you have selected.

Microsoft has released Windows 11 Build 22000.2121 to Insiders in the Release Preview Channel. This update brings many new features and improvements, including those to Microsoft Defender for Endpoint, simplified Chinese fonts and the Microsoft Pinyin Input Method Editor, Default Terminal settings, Narrator, Microsoft Intune push notifications, the on-screen keyboard, and more. Additionally, this update addresses several issues, including one that affects Narrator and stops it from retaining your scan mode when you switch between browsers, one that affects devices that have less than 3.5 GB of RAM and stops them from getting Microsoft Intune push notifications, one that affects the on-screen keyboard and stops it from opening after you lock the machine, and more.

Key points from the :

  • New features and improvements to Microsoft Defender for Endpoint
  • Simplified Chinese fonts and the Microsoft Pinyin Input Method Editor now support GB18030-2022
  • Default Terminal settings now include “Let Windows Decide” as a default option
  • Narrator now retains scan mode when switching between browsers
  • Microsoft Intune push notifications now work on devices less than 3.5 GB of RAM

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