On October 5, 2021, Microsoft releases Windows 11 as the first compatible update for Windows devices. While the version is basically ready, the team is already working on the first functional update, which will appear in 2022. Windows is the pre-release version of the next new release but one is now available on the “Dev Channel” of the Windows Insider program. Built 22468 will be available one week after Built 22463. Read what’s inside.
Build 22468: This is new
There are no new functions in Built 22468. Adds only a statistic in the VPN settings of the Microsoft operating system and adds an option to block the display of recent searches when you point to the search code in the new taskbar: this can be found in the taskbar settings below System tray behavior. Additionally, the new paint processor is built-in 22468 – and the update fixes a total of 17 bugs from the previous version. Fixed annoying issues with the taskbar, Windows Search, Windows Explorer and Windows settings, among other things. All the details about the update can be found here Windows Insider Blog.
Install Build 22468
If you are already using a preview of Windows 11, open it Settings, Click Windows Update And if necessary Looking for updates. Then “Windows 11 Insider Preview Built 22468.1000 (Reissue)” – as shown in the image above – should appear. Click Download now Start the update. If Windows is not yet logged in to the Insider program, first click on Windows Update Windows Insider program, On Here we go And sign in with your Microsoft account. Then confirm the option under “Select your internal settings” Dev Channel Has been selected.
Attention: The upgrade version of Windows 11 is the oldest pre-release version with many more bugs. Do not install this on production devices and back up personal data in advance. If the system does not meet the system requirements of Windows 11, the installation may fail – or you will receive a warning and you may need to remove the operating system later. Microsoft advises Insider-blog The upgrade edition already offers functionality beyond the update starting October 5th. If you want to stay in the current version of Windows 11 after this date, you do not have permission to switch to the developer channel.