We know that Microsoft will release the official version of Windows 11 on October 5th, and now in the beta channel, the new version of Windows 11 is also coming.
According to Windows Lastest, Windows 11 Build 22458 is currently available for testers via Insider and comes from a more active branch with some minor feature improvements.
It is understood that Windows 11 Build 22458, if it becomes a beta in the future, could be released to the public in fall 2022.
Windows 11 Build 22458 comes from the Dev channel and is not tied to a specific feature update patch. If you want to ensure that every Win11 preview update comes with new features, you should use the Beta channel. In this update, there are some minor bug fixes and improvements, which is to be expected.
One thing to note is that Windows 11 Build 22458 will feature a desktop watermark in the bottom right corner of the system, and Microsoft has confirmed that this will be around for a while.
Here's a look at some of the features and improvements in Windows 11 Build 22458.
First, users can access login options from the power button in the Start menu. As you can see in the screenshot, a new login option has been added to the Start menu power menu to make switching accounts easier.
Second, Microsoft addressed a potential issue that affected the reliability of the start menu.
In addition, Microsoft has improved Windows search by finally enabling support for folders with # in their names. This will allow the operating system to add folders with # in their names to the index to increase search efficiency.
Windows Settings have also been improved with this update. This update fixes an issue where Windows Settings sometimes crash when typing to open the Display Settings page, as well as an error when clicking ". More about refresh rate ". Option when the "; Advanced Display Settings ". Crash error.
Other improvements to Windows 11 Build 22458 are as follows:
· "In the Settings application. Manage application execution alias ". Modified.
· Fixed some errors in DLL output.
· Fixed a bug where some games might crash when using ALT+Enter.
· Relieves a related issue that causes text truncation in encrypted file system Windows.
· Fixed a bug where uninstalled inbox applications would reappear after system restart.
· PowerShell 7.0+ now supports the APPX command set again.
As a preview, Windows 11 Build 22458 also has some known problems.
· Installing Windows 11 on the Surface Pro X can cause a blue screen.
· Blue screen death bug appears on non-Surface products.
· Users may not be able to enter text in the Search box of Windows Search.
· Right click ". Start & quot; The system shortcut is hidden by error when pressed.
· "When the icon is moved to the right of the taskbar by the operating system," Show hidden icon ". Buttons may hide these ICONS.
· When you right-click a file in the OneDrive location in File Explorer, the context menu automatically disappears.
Windows 11 Build 22458 comes with some new features, such as a new prompt app. It uses a new WinUI that echoes the look and feel of Win11, with more than 100 new tips to help users get started with the new Windows 11.
The prompt application helps familiarize users with the new notification center, the new control center, the new Start menu, keyboard shortcuts for Windows widgets, new ways to optimize Windows 11 performance, and more.
The tips app is deeply integrated into the operating system, which will enable users to find tips when navigating between different pages in Settings apps, the Microsoft Store, and so on.
In addition, Microsoft has promised android App support for Windows 11, but the feature has been delayed and there is no word on a new release date. But we know from other sources that the feature will soon appear in the Win11 Dev channel.
In the latest leaked test data, Windows 11's Android subsystem will perform in line with snapdragon 865 powered phones.