Windows Insider Program Team announces the release of Windows 11 Build 22621.2213 to the Release Preview Channel. This update includes various new features, improvements, and bug fixes aiming to enhance user experience and system functionality.
Windows 11 Build 22621.2213: A Sneak Peek Into the Latest Features and Improvements
Windows 11 Build 22621.2213, the latest update from the Windows Insider Program Team, is now available to Insiders in the Release Preview Channel. This new build introduces a host of exciting features and improvements that are sure to intrigue tech enthusiasts.
What’s New in the Update?
One of the most notable additions in this update is the new functionality that affects app defaults. This feature provides a more principled approach to app pinning and app defaults in Windows.
Another exciting feature is the new hover behavior added to the search box gleam. Now, when you hover over it, the search flyout box appears, offering a more interactive search experience.
Furthermore, this release introduces a new policy called “Enable optional updates.” This policy allows administrators to configure the monthly, optional cumulative updates for commercial devices and control Feature Rollouts (CFR).
Several issues have been addressed in this update. One of them is an issue affecting the Group Policy Service, which no longer waits for the default 30 seconds for the network to be available. This change ensures policies are processed correctly.
Also, an issue affecting disk partitions has been resolved. Previously, the system might stop working after deleting a disk partition and adding the space from the deleted partition to an existing BitLocker partition.
Moreover, the update has improved the reliability of the Search app and fixed an issue where the TAB key required additional actions to browse search results.
“This update adds new functionality that affects app defaults.”
“This release introduces a new policy called “Enable optional updates.””
Important to Know
It’s important to note that this update also addresses several other issues affecting Windows 11, including problems with Remote Desktop sessions, high CPU use, and missing Start menu icons. So, be sure to update your system to enjoy these improvements and new features.
From the Windows Blog
From the Windows Blog