Exploring the Latest Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 23555: Key Fixes, Known Issues, and Developer Updates

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Windows 11 Insider Preview 23555 has been released to the Dev Channel. This update includes various fixes for in Copilot, Narrator, and Task Manager. However, there are still issues the Start menu and Windows Copilot. The Windows Insider SDK is also available for developers.

Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 23555: What’s New?

The latest Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 23555 is now available on the Dev Channel, introducing a range of fixes and .

Fixes and Improvements

Among the notable fixes in this update, there’s a resolution to the issue causing explorer.exe to crash when opening Copilot from the taskbar. The Narrator feature has also received attention, with fixes to issues preventing preview of natural voices in Settings and incorrect reading of timestamps on Start’s recommended items. Additionally, a Task Manager crash issue when changing the ‘Always on Top’ mode has been addressed.

“Hello Windows Insiders, today we are releasing Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 23555 to the Dev Channel.”

Known Issues and Upcoming Updates

Despite the improvements, some issues persist. For instance, some apps on the Start menu, such as PWA apps installed via Microsoft Edge, may be incorrectly labeled as a system component. The new Copilot icon is also not currently shown in Dev Channel builds, but an update is expected soon.

“The new Copilot icon is not shown currently in Dev Channel builds. It will be updated in an upcoming flight – stay tuned!”

Developers’ Corner

Developers can download the latest Windows Insider SDK and access more granular access to the SDK and better integration in CI/CD pipelines. The SDK flights are now published for both the Canary and Dev Channel, so developers need to choose the right version for their Insider Channel.

Important Notes About the Dev Channel

The Dev Channel has been rebooted, and Insiders on 25000 series builds have been moved to the new Canary Channel. Going forward, the Dev Channel will receive 23000 series builds. Insiders who were moved to the Canary Channel and want to move back to the Dev Channel can follow instructions for a clean installation of Windows 11 and then re-join the Dev Channel to receive 23000 series builds.

  • Fixes include resolving explorer.exe crash when opening Copilot, enabling preview of Narrator natural voices, and preventing Task Manager crash.
  • Known issues involve incorrect labeling of apps on the Start menu and absence of the new Copilot icon in Dev Channel builds.
  • Windows Copilot Preview is currently unavailable in some regions, but a fix is planned for a future flight.
  • Developers can download the latest Windows Insider SDK for better integration in CI/CD pipelines.
  • The Dev Channel has been rebooted, with 23000 series builds now being received.
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