Microsoft’s new Windows 11 upgrade includes a slew of new and interesting features.
Microsoft introduced a fresh update last week that not only corrected the flaws in its previous version but also offered new interesting features for its consumers, following a miserable January upgrade.
Insiders, a group of more than one million of the world’s most enthusiastic Windows users, have been given access to the Windows 11 build 22000.706. A release date is likely within the next few weeks.
Fixed Bugs in Windows 11 new update
With the most recent KB5014019 update, Microsoft not only included new features but also repaired various flaws that had been preventing some programs from functioning.
In addition, the new version fixes the following issues:
- Issues with searchindexer.exe that influence Microsoft Visio’s shape search.
- Issues that might cause a 32-bit process to execute an AnyCPU program.
- Issues that prohibit several partial configuration Azure Desired State Configuration (DSC) scenarios from performing as planned.
- Issues with the Application Counters component of the Performance Monitor tool’s performance reports not appearing.
- Issues with the display brightness not remaining constant after changing the display mode.
- Some programs that utilize d3d9.dll with specific graphics cards may experience an issue that causes them to shut suddenly.
- An issue prevents internet shortcuts from being updated.
- When some users sign in and out of Windows, they see a dark screen.
Features that have been added to Windows 11 recently
Family Safety verification for children’s accounts has been strengthened, according to the Microsoft statement. In addition, the desktop version of Windows Spotlight now works with the operating system’s search engine.
New background photos and extra information about them are added to the lock screen on Windows 10 and 11 every day using Microsoft’s Bing search engine.
The most recent Windows 11 update gives users the option to set their laptop or desktop’s home screen to automatically download fresh background photos every day.
Using the “Personalize your backdrop” part of the Personalization settings, users may now activate Windows spotlight. Activating this option allows Windows 11’s home screen backgrounds to automatically change to a fresh high-resolution wallpaper each day.
A number of additional issues with the most recent Windows 11 upgrade have been resolved, resulting in a completely new experience for customers. Windows 11 will be more fun to use now that the spotlight function has been included.
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