“Windows Insider Program Team announces the release of Windows 11 Build 22621.2500 to the Release Preview Channel. The update includes new features and improvements such as changes to search highlight gleam, support for currency change in Croatia, and fixes for various system issues.”
Windows 11 Build 22621.2500: What’s New and Important
The Windows Insider Program Team has announced the release of Windows 11 Build 22621.2500 to the Release Preview Channel. This latest update brings a host of new features and improvements that are worth noting.
Some of the significant updates include a change in the search highlight gleam, support for the currency change in Croatia, and adjustments for daylight saving time changes in Syria. Additionally, the English name of the former Republic of Turkey has been updated to the Republic of Türkiye.
New Search Highlight Gleam
One of the exciting features of this update is the new search highlight gleam. When you select the gleam, a Bing.com page appears for the daily search highlight.
“This update affects the search highlight gleam in the search box. When you select the gleam, a Bing.com page will appear for the daily search highlight.”
Support for Currency Change in Croatia
Windows 11 now supports the currency change in Croatia from the Kuna to the Euro, making it easier for users in Croatia to manage their finances.
Daylight Saving Time Changes in Syria
The update also includes support for daylight saving time changes in Syria, ensuring accurate timekeeping for users in the region.
Along with these new features, the update addresses a variety of issues. These include problems with touchscreens, Dynamic Lighting, the Microsoft Store, and more. The update also addresses issues with memory leaks in ctfmon.exe and TextInputHost.exe.
“This update addresses an issue that affects touchscreens. They do not work properly when you use more than one display.”
Overall, Windows 11 Build 22621.2500 is a significant update that brings a host of improvements and new features. Whether you’re a casual user or a tech enthusiast, this update has something for everyone.
From the Windows Blog
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