Windows 11 Insider Builds 22621.586 and 22622.586 roll out to Beta Channel
What you should be aware of
- Microsoft recently released Windows Insider Builds for Windows 11 22621.586 along with 22622.586 for beta channel. Channel.
- The builds do not include new features, however, each has a lengthy list of improvements.
- Microsoft also released Build 25188 onto its Dev Channel today, which comes with new keyboard options.
Microsoft has released three Insider builds on the day of today. Insiders on Beta Channel Beta Channel will receive either the build 22621.586 as well as 22622.586. Dev Channel Insiders will get an update to version 25188. Concentrating on Beta versions, there aren’t any new features in yet. The general consensus is that beta builds are divided into two groups. Beta Channel is split into two groups: one that incorporates new features by default, and another that doesn’t. In relation to today’s releases, neither of the groups will get new features. Instead, there’s many improvements that come with the update.
These are fixes available in both Versions 22621.586 and 22622.586: 22621.586 as well as Build 22622.586:
FIXES IN BUILD 22621.586 AND BUILD 22622.586
- We have fixed a problem where certain Lenovo devices weren’t receiving updates as they were expected to.
- We have fixed a problem that caused the domain credentials to not work on certain Insiders during the previous Beta Channel flight.
- We’ve fixed a glitch in which there was an issue where the “Sync across your devices” option available under the Settings menu > System > clipboard didn’t remain active.
- We resolved a glitch that affected Microsoft Defender Application Guard (MDAG). It slows or prevents MDAG in opening.
- We have fixed a problem that caused the IE tabs of the mode session to load again.
- We’ve fixed an issue that affected the ability to open in the IE mode.
- We have fixed a problem that allows an internet browser in IE mode, displaying the PDF file. After that, browsing to a different IE mode website within the same window is not working. 40411607
- We have fixed a problem which could allow for a bypass of MSHTML as well as ActiveX rules applicable to Windows Defender Application Control (WDAC).
- We have fixed a problem that affected SharedPC’s account manager. SharedPC Account Manager. The issue prevents it from deleting accounts in the process of cleaning.
- We have fixed a problem that affected a network’s static IP. The issue is causing that the settings for the static IP to be inconsistency. Because of this, NetworkAdapterConfiguration() fails sporadically.
- We addressed a bug that affected the FindingNextFileNameW() It might leak memory.
Customers who are running Build 22622.586 will also receive the following changes:
FIXES IN BUILD 22622.586
- We resolved a glitch that was causing DWM crash (leading in black flashes, or content that remained across the screen) for Insiders at 22622.575.
- We have fixed a problem that caused SQL Server Management Studio to stop working for some Insiders.
- Fixing an issue that caused the left half of the File Explorer title bar to not be able to be moved using either a mouse or a touchpad for certain Insiders.
- By selecting multiple folders and selecting the context menu to display them as the new tab will effectively do the same thing instead of open the folder in its first tab in a separate tab, and the rest in a separate window.
- We resolved a glitch that caused Home Documents Pictures, Documents, and possibly other folders to be unexpectedly duplicated in the File Explorer’s navigation pane, or as desktop icons.
- We have fixed an explorer.exe crash that could occur when you close an open File Explorer window.
- We’ve fixed an issue that caused the background of the search box on File Explorer might be the opposite of the current mode (for example , dark when you are in the light mode).
- Fixed an issue in which File Explorer would appear to open then close and restart before it was finished drawing after it was launched from specific locations (for instance, when open the destination of the downloaded file via Microsoft Edge).
- Corrected an issue that caused explorer.exe crash during the time File Explorer was closed.
- The up arrow will no longer be misaligned within File Explorer.
- * Disabled the toolbar that people had been seeing (with View, Edit, etc.) following it was introduced with tabs to File Explorer. This was done as part of there was a change to the “always show menus” option in Folder Options was also eliminated which did nothing.
- Fixed an root explorer.exe crash that could occur in the event that a File Explorer launch was aborted in the case of, for instance, if you tried to access an internet-connected share through in the Run dialog, where you were asked for credentials, then chose to on cancel, instead of entering the credentials.
- A problem was fixed that caused the delete key to suddenly not function on the files of File Explorer sometimes.
- Corrected an issue that could result in not being capable of unpin Desktop Images, Documents folders out of Quick access.
- Fixed an issue that occurred when dropping and dragging a file to attach it in the navigation pane. the line that indicated where it should be placed did not have enough contrast when in the dark setting.
- A bug was fixed where the min/max or close button may not show up within File Explorer when using a contrast theme.
- A bug was fixed that could cause the taskbar’s overflow flyout suddenly being displayed on the reverse side.
- Corrected an issue in which the taskbar’s overflow flowout may appear to be floating off the taskbar when you open it following a changing the scale.
- Fixed an issue that occurred when you clicked on an application in the taskbar and chose Close All windows. It was not bring the application to the background in the event that it required attention prior to closing (for instance in the event that you didn’t save the contents of the Notepad windows).
- Corrected an issue in which explorer.exe could crash in the event of trying to rearrange icons for apps on the taskbar when the taskbar’s overlay was open.
- Fixing an issue that was affecting Insiders that have more than two screens when the monitors were of different DPIs the taskbar’s overflow might appear prior to the time it was needed or be overlapping with the time and date on the second monitor.
- Correction of an Settings crash that can occur after deinstalling certain applications.
- We have fixed a problem that caused the buttons to change the present view in the Settings menu > Applications > Installed Apps could unexpectedly display arrows overlayed on the top.
- Corrected an issue that occurred the Suggested Actions feature was turned on when you copied several items from a row onto your history of clipboards, some items may not show when you press the keys WIN + V.
- The preferred state for the suggested actions setting in the System > Clipboard should remain the same as you move forward from this version.