Exploring the New Features of Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 23595: Enhanced Copilot Accessibility, Microsoft Teams Sharing, and More

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11 Insider Build 23595 introduces several improvements and changes. The Copilot icon is now more accessible on the taskbar, Copilot can be used across multiple monitors, and sharing to specific Microsoft Channels is now possible. Additionally, digital handwriting is expanded to more languages, and Android can be discovered and shared files with via Bluetooth. Bullet Points:

Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 23595: What’s New and Exciting

Windows Insiders, rejoice! The latest Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 23595 is here, packed with new features and improvements that will enhance your user experience.

Copilot in Windows

One significant change is the relocation of the Copilot icon to the right side of the system tray on the taskbar. This move makes the entry point to Copilot more clear and easily accessible.

“We are making a change where the Copilot icon is shown on the right side of the system tray on the taskbar to make the entry point to Copilot more clear and easily accessible.”

Multi-Monitor Support

Another key update is the re-rollout of support for Copilot to be used across multiple monitors. This feature allows you to display Copilot on any monitor of your choice with a simple button press or shortcut.

Windows Share and Windows Ink

Windows Share now allows you to share directly to specific Microsoft Teams Channels and group chats. This feature is accessible within the Windows share window when signed in with a Microsoft Entra ID.

Windows Ink has expanded its digital handwriting (inking) capabilities to support more languages and locales. This update also introduces more accurate recognition technology and new gesture controls.

Nearby Sharing and Task Manager

The Nearby Sharing feature is being updated to allow file sharing with Android devices in discoverable mode via Bluetooth. This feature adds another layer of convenience and accessibility to Windows 11.

Task Manager has also received a significant improvement with better process grouping on the processes page.

Settings and Account-Related Notifications

Windows 11 is rolling out account-related notifications for Microsoft accounts on the Settings homepage. These notifications will help you manage your subscriptions, backup data, and add extra security steps.

“This update starts the roll out of account-related notifications for Microsoft accounts on the Settings homepage.”

Xbox Game Bar Update

Finally, the Xbox Game Bar has been renamed to Game Bar, reflecting its wider functionality beyond just Xbox gaming.

With these updates and improvements, Windows 11 continues to evolve and provide a better user experience for all.

  • Copilot icon is now more accessible on the taskbar and can be used across multiple monitors
  • Microsoft Teams users can now share directly to specific channels and group chats
  • Digital handwriting (inking) is expanded to more languages and locales
  • Android devices can be discovered and shared files with via Bluetooth under Nearby Share
  • Account-related notifications for Microsoft accounts are being rolled out on the Settings homepage
  • From the Windows Blog



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