IT House News on June 24, Microsoft is testing two new features in the two Windows 11 applications Phone Link and Windows Media Player.
Phone Link (originally named Your Phone) has gained a new search bar in the information label, and Windows Media Player has been updated. For devices with a large number of multimedia collections, the performance is better.
Microsoft previously renamed Windows 11 Android partners "YOUR Phone" to rename "Phone Link" and added a new interface for Windows 11 -style.Due to the busy development of new interface UI, Microsoft stopped adding new features to Phone Link's application not long ago. Now it seems that Microsoft has re -shifted the focus to the new feature development of Phone Link.
Microsoft's Phone Link applications on Windows 11 and Windows 10 are obtaining some useful new features, including the search bar. Similar to the search bar in mail UWP, Microsoft's Phone Link has a updated information interface, where the search bar can be used to find information.
According to the screenshot, the search bar will appear directly above the information list. Users can only search for information that has been synchronized to Windows 11. In addition to the new search bar, users can also divide the information into two parts: recently and hidden.
Microsoft also adds the spacing between notifications in the application to reduce chaos. The new option "removes all" can eliminate all notifications with one click.
Windows Media Player
Microsoft also released the new version of Windows Media Player on the Windows 11 DEV Development Channel 11.2205. This update promises to provide faster performance for users with a large multi -media collection. Now users can also sort the collection songs and albums according to the additional date.
The album page updated in the Windows Media Player can be sorted according to the additional date of the song. Earlier this year, Microsoft added another interesting feature for Windows Media Player -supporting CD playback.
Microsoft also modified the theme of Windows Media Player's application and improved the ability of the application to drag and drop content as a whole.