Windows Insider testers were surprised to be asked to download the latest Windows 11 update – bringing a lot of fixes and some new features.
It’s been two weeks since this beta was released on the Dev channel, allowing many users to preview Microsoft’s future operating system, highlighting its key vulnerabilities and threats.
With a release date set for October, it makes sense to roll out the reps every fortnight to fix major bugs and improve the options they require. Thanks for the first comment from the beta testers.
What’s new in Windows 11?
The latest version is called 22000.65 (KP5004745), Brings up the optimal search bar in the Start menu. Although this menu was previously hidden, it will only show up when you start typing the query, and it will be much easier to find the unmarked application or file if it appears at any time.
The taskbar can now be displayed on multiple monitors at once, so you can move your cursor directly to the Start menu – and even to a specific application – without moving your cursor.
Among the most practical improvements we will mention:
- Ability to back up three applications as a group – Suitable for small screens
- Preparation of computer dialogs
- A right click on the desktop shows all the options available directly
You can install the Windows 11 update by going to the Start menu and typing “Settings”, then selecting the app and going to “Windows Update”. Select “Check for updates” and the latest version 22000.65 will appear.
After downloading and installing all the improvements and fixes mentioned above will be finalized for you.