We’re back with the weekly Windows 11 build on the Dev channel. You know, if we do not remind you, we will meet every week with the Dev channel of the Windows Insider program. With the new version of Windows 11, fixes that include new features and are highlighted by locals.
Attention #WindowsInsiders On the development channel! Built 22494 is now available. Don’t forget to read the blog post for fixes and known issues. https://t.co/OUnwYxRaYi # Are you still flying pic.twitter.com/WL2ob76SiQ
– Windows Insider (indwindowsinsider) November 3, 2021
What’s new in version 22494
Turn the microphone on or off from the taskbar during a group call
If you forget to turn your microphone on or off, say goodbye to embarrassing or awkward times. From today, with Microsoft teams, we will get the microphone icon, which will be automatically added to the taskbar when we are actively calling. You can see the audio status of the call, which apps are accessing our microphone, can be muted and turned on quickly at any time.
When we join the meeting, we see that the following icon appears immediately in the taskbar. There will be an icon throughout the call, so it will always be accessible regardless of the number of windows open.
Today, this experience begins to be implemented with an array of insiders in Microsoft teams for work or school, and will gradually expand. This new icon is not accessible to all of us, please be patient, it will also take the built-in group chat in the future. Other applications may add this capability to their applications. The ability to deactivate or reactivate the call only applies to the current call.
Changes and improvements in the built 22494
- ALT + TAB tests the view of the application pools and some of the workspace through the Windows Insiders, just as you would open applications in the taskbar and view them there. This is not yet available to all insiders as everyone wants to check the reviews before giving.
- If you are looking for file types or link types in Settings> Applications> Default Applications, a drop-down menu will appear with the current query without pressing Enter first.
- If necessary, with this URI: ms-settings: Installed-apps, you can now launch the Installed Apps Settings page in Settings> Apps> Installed Apps.
- Sequence names have been adjusted to make them clearer by the options in Settings> Apps> Installed Apps, and a new option to sort from small to large has been added.
Create 22494 edits
- After hovering over the volume, battery, network or other icons in the corner of the taskbar, tooltips should no longer appear in random places on the taskbar.
- Fixed a bug that caused some icons to unexpectedly copy in the corner of the taskbar.
- Fixed an issue that caused it to crash if some people tried to scroll through the context menu.
- Worked to resolve the issue (e.g. if you hovered over the new one) above certain areas of the screen’s context menu without being next to the sub-menus of the context menu.
- Context menu icons should now be dimmer on mixed DPI multiscreen systems.
- Instead of opening the Open With dialog box, sometimes selecting With With from the context menu indicates a problem where the file may open unexpectedly.
- Renaming files on the desktop will work again in this release.
- Another adjustment was made in the basic command menu logic to help improve the performance of command operations in File Explorer.
- Fixed a recent issue that caused the index database to become too fragmented. As a result, the coder consumes an unexpectedly large amount of memory and CPU over a long period of time. This is especially noticeable for those who have large Outlook mailboxes.
- There was a problem with some applications crashing while trying to press Shift or Ctrl.
- Fixed an issue that prevented the touch screen keyboard from appearing on tablets when tapping the text field when attempting to reset the PIN from the login screen.
- Improved the reliability of the pen menu.
- Removing some Explorer.exe crashes related to the use of window functions (Snap, ALT + Tape and Desktops).
- When opening the Task View on a multiscreen system, the background on both screens will be acrylic.
- Fixed some UI issues with window thumbnails in Task View and ALT + Tab, especially disabling the close button if the application window is too thin.
- Fixed an issue where face recognition (Windows Hello) would unexpectedly disappear from the login settings in some cases until you close and open the settings.
- Storage Sense C: Fixed an issue with not cleaning the Windows System Temp.
- Fixed users (i.e. non-administrators) can change the time zone in the settings if location access is not granted, instead of emptying the drop-down menu.
- Fixed an issue that caused links for Windows Update, Recovery and Developers to appear on the main Windows Update settings page.
- An error was detected when the images were yellow in Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Lightroom Classic HDR mode.
- Recent versions of some insiders alleviate the problem with DHCP, which causes unexpected power consumption when the screen is disabled.
- Service Host: The WinHDTB Web Proxy Auto-Discovery service helped solve the problem of unexpectedly high CPU usage.
- Fixed an issue that might show a black screen on some devices when waking up from sleep mode (where the lock screen is not displayed).
- Fixed a fundamental issue that caused some teams of ARM64 users to experience Microsoft Teams crashing on the latest versions of the Development Pipeline.
- They increased the load of selected items by showing more options in the context menu of File Explorer or by clicking on the menu options in Task Manager.
- WSL: Fixed error 0x8007010b when accessing Linux distributions via ‘wsl.localhost’ or ‘wsl $’ (Release # 6995).
- Users who upgrade to a new build on the Development Channel from 22000.xxx or earlier using the latest ISO in the Development Channel may receive the following warning: The version you are trying to install is signed. To proceed with the installation, run Signature. If you receive this message, press the Activate button, restart the system, and try updating again.
- Some users may find that their screen and sleep times are reduced. They explore the potential impact of short screen and sleep times on power consumption.
- In some cases, the text could not be entered when starting the search in the taskbar. If this happens to you, press WIN + R to open the Run dialog box and then close it.
- The taskbar sometimes flashes when switching between different input methods.
- After circling the corner of the taskbar, they are working on an issue that caused the toolbar help text to appear in an unexpected place.
Clipboard history, indicating that it is empty when it is active and must contain content. This is a bug in the interface they are investigating.
- After clicking the search icon in the taskbar, the search panel may not open. If this happens, restart the process “Windows Explorer” And reopen the search panel.
- They are exploring some reports from insiders who do not display sound and brightness control properly in quick action.
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