One more week, we have a meeting with Windows Insider program and Windows 11, this time, Built 22478 comes with some interesting news. But, if we want to highlight any of them, the arrival of the new emoji is designed to make friends and strangers fall in love. Let’s take a closer look at the news about this new update from the Dev Channel.
Ey Hey Folk – We have a new structure # Windows Insiders On the development channel! Build 22478
– Windows Insider (ண்ட Windows Insider) October 14, 2021
In addition, seven years have passed since the journey of the Windows Insider program began. As we celebrate, the Windows Insider team has prepared two backgrounds to remember, one the Light theme and one the Dark theme.
What’s new in version 22478?
New running emoji
In July, Microsoft announced a new collection of updated emojis designed by the design team. This sleek design is to be implemented on all Microsoft 365s, including Windows, as we already saw on the new Whiteboard, and now it is attacking Windows 11. This is the first opportunity we have to see what the new will look like. Emoji design in Windows 11.
The truth is, emojis are now part of the way we communicate. Expand our expression by bringing humor, emotion and fun. Note that the adjustment involves the return of the famous clip. As part of this release they have added Unicode Emoji support up to Emoji 13.1, which includes new emojis such as Face in the Clouds, Heart in Fire, Spot Eyes Space and many more. ‘If you don’t know yet, you can access the emoji panel via the Win + shortcut.
The Windows Insider team, after testing with Insiders, has announced that it wants to bring these new emojis to everyone with a future service update in Windows 11. I.e.. We do not have to wait for a feature update to use new emojis.
Changes and improvements
- An updated version of the Korean IME, which began with the built-in 22454, is now available to everyone on the development channel.
- When our laptop shuts down, if we have an attached camera that supports it, we can sign in to our computer using the face recognition (Windows Hello) on the attached external monitor.
- The basic coding base has been modified to improve the overall reliability and size of the database, which will reduce the use of disk space on the system, especially in cases where users have very large Outlook mailboxes.
- Hovering over the volume icon on the taskbar using the mouse wheel will change the size of the computer.
- Adjustment made in dialog when adding a new language to settings.
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- Pressing ESC after opening the user profile context menu at startup will no longer cause the keyboard to lose focus.
- The message text was updated when launching an item from the UWP application, so it just says it now “Do you want to link to this in the beginning?” “
- Fixed an issue that caused the Action Center to crash in the latest versions, stopping it from starting.
- The new desktop icon is now displayed correctly when hovering over the task view icon in the taskbar when using Arabic and Hebrew.
- After showing Jump list If you right-click on an application, the name of the application from the taskbar, you should now see the correct icon for Bin to Home (Pin Icon).
- Clicking left and right at the same time on the taskbar will no longer cause Explorer.exe to crash.
- Fixed an issue where the command bar would make unnecessary calculations when going to folders, thus increasing memory consumption unexpectedly. This is also believed to cause performance issues when dragging and dropping arrows keys to select files and navigating to certain folders.
- The “Show hidden items” option should no longer be out of sync when opening multiple file explorer windows.
The following two issues have been fixed with Microsoft Edge version 95, now available to Microsoft Edge insiders, and have been removed from the list of known issues:
- The widget table may appear empty.
- Widgets on external monitors may appear in the wrong size.
- Recent searches fly when hovering over the search icon in the taskbar, and should not be discarded immediately if there is a target admin window.
- If you check the focus in the File Explorer search box, the touch keyboard should not be called and shut down immediately. This no longer happens when using a tablet with a taskbar set to hide automatically.
- Fixed an issue that prevented the handwriting panel from inserting text when used to write Chinese.
- Ctfmon mitigates memory leakage and causes unexpected resource usage over time.
- Fixed an issue for a small number of users who would crash when focusing on any text field in TextInputHost.exe.
- Fixed an issue where settings would crash when updating the option buttons, for example if you added an additional audio point when the Sound Settings page was open.
- Improved loading performance of themes displayed in customization settings.
- If non-administrator users change their display language in the language settings, the clickable exit button will no longer be displayed here because it appears in the UAC dialog and causes confusion.
- The Windows Update input at the top of the system page in the settings should no longer be formatted incorrectly (when displayed) in languages such as German.
- Braille options in settings for narrator users should now be synced to the actual state of Braille input / output mode.
- A change was made to help solve a problem “Multimedia Streaming Options” Returns to default settings after an unexpected update to the Network and Sharing Center.
- Quick settings have been improved. This change will help resolve the issue where the window is not fully displayed (a narrow rectangle).
- Fixed an issue where clicking on the Media Controls section in Quick Settings would sometimes not bring the displayed processor to the front.
- Fixed an issue where the colors of the Quick Settings items were stuck and did not reflect the exact color of that state, especially when using a different theme.
- Updated the Quick Settings page to manage audio hotspots from “Volume” to “Audio Out”.
- Managing audio hotspots in Quick Settings and opening the page does not cause shortcuts in audio playback when multiple devices are listed.
- Using the ALT + Tab too quickly alleviated an issue that could cause Explorer.exe to crash.
- If you press ALT + Tab then ALT and then F4 then Explorer.exe will no longer be disabled.
- Fixed an issue where LPcab files could be deleted unexpectedly in some cases, and the display language may change until you re-add the desired display language to the settings.
- Fixed an issue where some users would see error verification by error “KERNEL_SECURITY_CHECK_ERROR”.
- The SysMain service encountered an issue that caused it to use an unexpected amount of power in the latest versions.
- The update error should not occur because the BCD parameters do not have a display sequence.
- Fixed an issue where captions would show up when scrolling incorrectly in some applications.
- Fixed an issue that caused glitches related to Audosrv.dll.
- Users who upgrade to the new building 22000.xxx or earlier using the latest ISO on the Advanced Channel may receive the following warning message: The version you are trying to install is signed. To proceed with the installation, activate the signature. If we get this message, press the activate button, restart the system and try the update again.
- Some users may find that their screen and sleep time are reduced. They study the impact of short screen and sleep times on power consumption.
- In some cases, you may not be able to enter text when using Startup Search on 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.
- We are working on an issue where the toolbar help text appears in an unexpected place after circling the corner of the taskbar.
- 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.
- The search panel may appear black and show no content at the bottom of the search box.
- The widget table may appear empty. To avoid the problem, we can exit and sign in again.
- Widgets on external monitors may appear in the wrong size. If you have this problem, you can start widgets via the button or WIN + W, and then start widgets on secondary monitors.
- They are exploring some reports of insiders whose volume and brightness control are not shown correctly in quick action.
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