Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 23570 has been released to the Dev Channel, introducing several changes, improvements, and fixes. The update includes enhancements to the Copilot feature and the Start menu, as well as fixes for issues in File Explorer, the Start menu, Taskbar search, and Settings. The company also highlighted some known issues and provided information for developers.
Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 23570: What’s New?
Windows Insiders, it’s time to get excited about the release of Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 23570 to the Dev Channel. This latest update brings a host of changes, improvements, and fixes that are sure to enhance your Windows experience.
Copilot in Windows
One of the major updates is the expanded use of Copilot in Windows across multiple monitors. Now, you can simply press the Copilot button on the taskbar or use the WIN + C shortcut to show Copilot on the last monitor where it was visible.
“Copilot in Windows can now be used across multiple monitors.”
Start Menu Changes
For gamers, the Xbox Game Bar will now be displayed as just Game Bar under the Start menu and also under Settings > System > Apps > Installed apps. This change will be implemented through a Game Bar update via the Microsoft Store.
Fixes and Improvements
Several issues have been addressed in this build, including fixes for hangs when launching File Explorer, sorting issues with apps in the Start menu when using the Japanese display language, and an underlying search crash in the last few builds.
“Fixed a few issues which could lead to hangs when launching File Explorer.”
Known Issues and Future Updates
There are a few known issues with Copilot in Windows, particularly for Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel in global markets. However, rest assured that these issues are being addressed and will be resolved in a future flight.
Developers can download the latest Windows Insider SDK at aka.ms/windowsinsidersdk. SDK NuGet packages are now also flighting at NuGet Gallery | WindowsSDK. These packages provide more granular access to the SDK and better integration in CI/CD pipelines.
Remember, the Dev Channel has been rebooted. Windows Insiders who were in the Dev Channel on 25000 series builds should switch to the Beta Channel.
From the Windows Blog
From the Windows Blog