The Windows Insider Blog announces the release of Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22635.2776 for the Beta Channel. This build will be gradually rolled out to users who have enabled the latest updates toggle. New features, improvements, and fixes will be documented in two categories: those available to all in the Beta Channel, and those being gradually rolled out to users with the toggle enabled.
Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22635.2776: What’s New?
The latest Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22635.2776 (KB5032292) has just been released to the Beta Channel. This update brings with it a host of new features, improvements, and fixes.
Windows Insiders in the Beta Channel will now be on the same build (Build 22635.xxxx) via an enablement package. This means that new features will be gradually rolled out to everyone who has turned on the toggle to get the latest updates as they become available.
Among the new features is the ability to share directly to specific Microsoft Teams Channels and group chats directly within the Windows share window, provided you’re signed in with a Microsoft Entra ID.
“If you’re signed in with a Microsoft Entra ID, you can also now share directly to specific Microsoft Teams Channels and groups chats as well directly within the Windows share window.”
Windows Ink is also expanding its digital handwriting (inking) capabilities to include more languages and locales. This includes more accurate recognition technology and new gestures to delete, select, join, and split words, and to insert a new line.
“We are expanding the ability to use digital handwriting (inking) in some edit boxes for Windows Ink to the following languages and locales.”
Process grouping in the processes page for Task Manager has been improved, making it easier to manage and monitor your system’s resources.
Fixes and Improvements
Several fixes are gradually being rolled out to the Beta Channel, including improved readability for desktop tooltips in Task View, and a fix for an issue that caused live captions to sometimes show the same line of text twice.
The update also starts the roll out of account-related notifications for Microsoft accounts on the Settings homepage. This feature connects Windows to your Microsoft apps, backs up all your data, and helps you manage your digital life with ease.
With these updates, Windows 11 continues to evolve, offering users a more streamlined, efficient, and personalized experience.
From the Windows Blog
From the Windows Blog