The exciting automatic phone hotspot instant access and touch optimized taskbar makes Windows 11 Builld 25231 special.
Windows 11 KB5018499 has been released to the Beta channel for Insiders which includes the option to open the Task Manager from the taskbar’s context menu and automatically loads the correct river when switching between Narrator and other third-party screen readers.
Build 22621.754 brings fixes and improvements to Windows 11 that were included in other flights to Windows 10 and Windows 11 21H2 Release Preview (original release), and more. Learn what they are and how to install this update.
Windows 11 Build 25227 makes managing Windows updates for IT administrators more convenient by introducing more Group Policies and some other changes. You can upgrade to it through Windows Update or perform a clean install using an ISO image file.
KB5018483 does not bring any significant new features for the Windows 11 OS, but a long list of fixes instead. However, you can now open the Task manager by right-clicking on the taskbar.
After installing this update, you should be able to rearrange the System Tray icons according to your preference. This update also includes a few fixes for the Windows 11 OS.
KB5019509 enables the hidden Windows features which had been published in the last Release Preview flight. This includes file explorer enhancements, suggested actions, taskbar overflow, and improved sharing options.
This flight includes fixes for tablet-optimized taskbar amongst others. However, there are still some unresolved issues, but there is no new known issue at the moment.
Windows 11 Build 25217 brings a new video calling experience in the taskbar, supports third-party widgets in the taskbar, updates the Microsoft Store app to include new features, and some other fixes.
The new features in this flight, like File Explorer tabs, taskbar overflow, suggested actions, and convenient sharing options had already been released in different updates to the Insiders. KB5017389 accumulates those features into a single package.
This build takes Windows 11 in the right direction by introducing much needed features like task manager in taskbar context menu, Snipping tool autosave, rearranging the system tray icons etc.
KB5017389 has been rolled out to the Release Preview channel which does not include new features for the Windows 11 OS, but a plethora of fixes and improvements, enhancing its stability. Check out what this flight offers.