The Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25967, released to the Canary Channel, introduces a new, dynamic Settings homepage. It provides a personalized experience with interactive cards that represent various device and account settings. The homepage evolves with your usage and preferences, offering swift actions and relevant information.
Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25967: What’s New?
The tech world is abuzz with the latest release of Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25967 to the Canary Channel. This update introduces exciting new features and improvements, designed to enhance user experience and streamline settings management.
Introducing the New Settings Homepage
A standout feature in Build 25967 is the new Settings homepage. It offers a dynamic and personalized experience, providing an overview of your device, quick access to key settings, and management of your Microsoft account.
“We’re introducing a new homepage in Settings that offers you a dynamic and personalized experience.”
Interactive Cards: Your Device and Account at a Glance
The new Settings homepage features interactive cards that represent various device and account-related settings. Each card is optimized to provide the most relevant information and controls at your fingertips.
From recommended settings that adapt to your usage patterns, to cloud storage overviews, account recovery help, and personalization options, these cards aim to streamline your settings management and save time.
Direct Actions: Making Device and Account Management Seamless
With just a click, you can take swift actions directly from the new homepage. This feature makes device and account management more efficient. The homepage evolves and learns with you, adjusting to provide the most relevant and useful information based on your usage and preferences.
“As you use your device, it’ll adjust to provide the most relevant and useful information based on your usage and preferences.”
Changes and Improvements
Alongside the new Settings homepage, this update also brings about changes and improvements. Notably, the Cortana app is removed after updating to this build, marking the end of support for Cortana.
Remember, this experience is only available on Windows 11 Home and Pro editions and not on devices managed by organizations. So, explore the new features and improvements and share your feedback!
From the Windows Blog
From the Windows Blog