Microsoft Throws Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22621.1325 and 22623.1325 to Beta Channel Windows Insiders

Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22621.1325

Microsoft has released Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22621.1325 and 22623.1325 to the Beta Channel Windows Insiders. While in build 22623.1325, the new features are rolling out, the new features are switched off by default in Build 22621.1325. Windows Insiders who were on Build 22622 previously will automatically moved to Build 22623 via an enablement package. You should note that the package artificially increments the build number with new features. Microsoft is currently using this approach only for the Beta Channel and is not indicative of any changes or plans for final feature rollouts.

Microsoft has started to push preview widgets for Messenger, Spotify, Phone Link, and Xbox to Windows Insiders in the Beta Channel. You can navigate to the widgets collection in the Microsoft Store and update to the latest version of the apps. You should then open the widgets board and navigate to the widgets picker by selecting “+” button located at the top right side of the board. Developers will be able to create widgets for their apps with the release of Windows App SDK 1.2 version. You can access these new experiences on their Windows 11 widgets board in the Dev Channel builds.

The Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22621.1325 and 22623.1325 has introduced a new commercial policy through which you can enable features that are introduced via servicing. The Windows 11 Build 22623.1325 has added AI-enabled recommended content from within your Start menu for Azure Active Directory joined devices. You will find related content for upcoming meetings and also to access files quickly when you open the Start menu. The Windows 11 Build 22623.1325 has resolved an issue that caused Taskbar to be cut off after resolution changes.

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Microsoft also fixed several bugs in both Build 22621.1325 and Build 22623.1325. The update has resolved compatibility issues with printers, which make use of Windows Graphical Device Interface printer drivers. The Task View reliability issue has been fixed including copying from a network to a local drive.

Microsoft provided support for the United Mexican States daylight-saving time change. The data information issue between Windows and Heimdal Kerberos library has been resolved. The problem pertaining to provisioning packages has been fixed. If you experienced issues in the browse for Folder picker module, then the problem has been resolved including an issue related to File Explorer.

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