Microsoft Pushes Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25131 to Dev Channel Windows Insiders

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Microsoft has released Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25131 to the Dev Channel. The latest build brings in new update to the Microsoft Store version 22205.1401.3.0 to Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel. The update has resolved an issue that causes Windows Insider PCs with certain AMD processors to bug check and roll back when attempting to upgrade to last week’s flight.

Microsoft has resolved an issue that causes Windows Insiders with secondary accounts on their PC not to upgrade to the latest builds. The new folder icon used in the command bar is now consistent with that of the context menu. If the File Explorer was hanging when browsing folders with several .MKV files, then the problem has been resolved. The issue associated with search from Home has been fixed. If you search for something like %appdata%, it should display a proper folder icon and not just a blank square. If you select Open file location for a search result, it should select the file in the folder again and not just open the folder.

The Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25131 has introduced Microsoft Store Update Version 22205.1401.3.0 with several changes and improvements. The latest update has enhanced the Microsoft Store app experience on ARM64 devices with faster and improved performance.

The company has improved updates when clicking Update buttons in the Microsoft Store. The opened apps will be skipped and hence you will not lose any important work. The Microsoft Store Update Version 22205.1401.3.0 has improved Android apps support for the pop-up store experience.

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You might discover a new app when you are browsing the web. The Store will display a pop-up experience to enable you to install the app if it’s available in the Microsoft Store. The newly introduced experience now provides support for free Android apps depending on device compatibility and age rating. The Store app has improved viewing options UX for movies and TV shows.

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