Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 23585 For Dev Channel Released: What’s new?

Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 23585

Microsoft has announced the launch of Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 23585 to the Dev Channel. After the installation of the update, the Camera app, Cortana, Photos app, People app, and Remote desktop (MSTSC) client can be uninstalled. The update has resolved few issues related to crashing of explorer.exe.

If the context menu draws off screen when invoked using touch or pen on your desktop side, then the issue has been resolved. The flight has fixed an issue that caused the purple Chat button to display again on the Taskbar after updating to Build 23580. You should note that some fixes specified here in Dev Channel Windows Insider Preview builds could make their way into the servicing updates for the Windows 11 released versions.

Microsoft has revealed a known issue related to Copilot in Windows. You should make use of the Show grid commands to click in the “Ask me anything” box initially while launching or after refreshing Copilot in Windows while working with voice access. Microsoft has rolled out Snipping Tool update with improved support for HDR support. This update is being made available to Windows Insiders in the Dev and Canary Channels. The screenshots and screen recording on HDR displays will look vibrant with enhanced display colors.

Microsoft has recently rebooted the Dev Channel. If you were a Windows Insider in the Dev Channel on 25000 series builds, then you will be moved to the new Canary Channel. The Windows Insider Preview builds released to the Dev Channel will receive 23000 series builds.

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If you moved to the Canary Channel and would like to shift back to the Dev Channel, then you should follow the instructions for performing clean instructions. You can then rejoin the Dev Channel to receive 23000 series builds. You should note that the Dev Channel receives builds with long lead features. These experiences may and might not be released with the final Windows version. The product team is trying different concepts and gather feedback.

Microsoft has started to roll out Copilot in Windows in a phased manner to select global markets. This includes North America, United Kingdom, parts of Asia, and South America. The company will add additional markets based on the feedback.

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